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Can you refresh my memory on what the comment was about? Then maybe I can help. Thanks!
correction... is NOW a rush.
Reporting... ah, yes, what a conundrum! I likewise have scheduling "issues," where one's free time is truly not free. It seems one has to always be available to the vicissitudes of chance that a job might call in. Then when they do call in, one is swamped, usually rushing, and again must miss out on other aspects of life. I often wonder if other professionals face similar issues. It is tough on an individual, but I have come to learn that it is even tougher on families.
That does sound exciting for Mary! What a great opportunity to see other parts of our great country! I hope her experiences are educational and pleasurable.
Em stays busy, almost from morning to night. Her in exhaustable and sustainable energy now reminds me of our younger days... how we were able to work into oblivion and then go home and play similarly and then get up and do it again. It was life; not much idle time.
Good luck on getting out your work. I likewise will be working this weekend. Did a favor and took an afternoon depo yesterday that went until 7:00 and is not a rush. Oh, well... so much for family time this weekend. Since I am not working Monday, maybe my family can quit everything they have planned on Monday and then we'll have family time. Oh... there's that conundrum again!
How is work going for you? Are you able to work as much as you like, yet not overwork? That is the key question in our business.
Eclipse is nice, and I enjoy being able to real-time, but there is still a lot I have to figure out! How long have you been reporting?
I'm grasping here. Dang!!
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