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What a Week

It has been one of those crazy weeks where you run around in circles and accomplish nothing. I am working on the newsletter for my Horticulture Society, a job I have done for seven years, and i just haven't been able to buckle down to getting it done. The deadline is looming and I must finish. I haven't been able to blog this week. I hope to get back to it in a few days.

Hope you are all having a productive week

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I sometimes wonder if it is an age thing Val - spinning our wheels and getting nowhere.
The joy of retirement is that we can always do it tomorrow.
I just sent Ken my name for the GWA event, sounds like you need to get away. Lunch out would be nice too.
Anonymous said…
Have fun, Val! See you back here real soon...
Pondside said…
I've had that sort of week, and there's nothing for it but, as you said. to buckle down. Good luck with the newsletter - just think of the pleasure it will bring!
Lisa Gordon said…
It has been a crazy week here too.
As a matter of fact a crazy few weeks.
I am looking forward to a bit of a relaxing weekend, and I hope you can relax some this weekend too!
Lorrie said…
We all have those kind of weeks. Getting something finished will be a wonderful feeling for you!

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