November 14, 2006

Issue Spotting...

So, so far it appears that I am the only one blogging. That's ok. I'm sure once the gals find out how easy this is, they'll jump right in. I am proud of J.Ny who was the first to accept the blog invitation and post a comment. J.Bree is living it up in Florida this week. Ok, she's actually away on training for work, but (1) she's in Florida and (2) with no kids, so if you ask me, she IS living it up.

The funny thing is, it's not like I don't have 5,000,000 other things to do. But doing this is way more interesting than folding the mountain of laundry that has piled up at the foot of our bed. Things are looking up though: I've begun to notice a pattern - every day when I do my cleaning routine, I start in the kitchen, go to the dining room, pass through the girls' bedroom and bathroom and by the time I get to our room, I'm beat. So I "leave it for tomorrow" and then the same thing happens all over again. And so our room looks like "the Wreck of the Hesperus" as my mom and granny would say. So, now that I've identified the problem, what to do? Why stop off in the office, logon and blog of course ;) Hey, nobody's perfect. Besides, who has time to fold laundry - Gilmore Girls is on and Lorelai and Chris are dating again.

[check me out! my hyperlinks actually work! and i inserted an image. i'm a superhero. please don't sweat me.]

1 comment:

Justice Ny said...

Okay, J. Fergie...this is ridiculous. I just don't understand where you find the time to not only blog, BUT, create hyperlinks etc!?!?!? I can't seem to find enought minutes in the day to take care of one child and you have two, a full time job, a small business and create blogs!!!!! I just don't know how you do it.

Anyway, I appreciate that you can spot the issues but it is a totally different story to fix them. I feel like I've highlighted the problems and then analyzed the problems, but cannot seem to find, and more imporantly, implement a solution. Sometimes I've actually believed that thinking throught the problem and finding a solution is a lot more work than I'm cut out for. I need a clear strategy for arriving at solutions and implementing them. Any suggestions?

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