Friday, May 25, 2007


If you have children and you utter a sentence like, "I don't have classes today. I think I will work at home" that will be understood to mean "I will of course be happy to drive Andrew to school at 9:15 so he doesn't have to walk, drop everything at 10:00 to drive a library book to Brian's middle school so that he can participate in the end-of-year incentive and not have to spend it sitting in the library, then pick up Brian at 11:15 and Andrew at 11:45, since it is a half day.

I get so much done when I work from home.


  1. I'm going to have Hubby read this so he came share in the agony of working at home. Yesterday he missed a phone meeting because he was playing with blocks.

  2. I feel your pain. I'm trying to work at home this summer, but I haven't gotten anything done in the past two days because I have been driving kids around.

  3. LOL One time I was sitting with four alcoholics and a bottle of vodka. They offered me some and I said "no thanks." One said, "wow, I wish I could do that." I said "try it: no thanks." So he said "no, I wish I could say it and mean it."

    That's what you need. Say no and mean it. :) LOL


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