Warm weather wasn't made for working

By Katharine Swan On Saturday, March 17, 2007 At 3:17 PM

It is a beautiful day here in Colorado: it's about 70 degrees and all sun-shiny. I washed my car, and when we run our errands later this afternoon, we're going to take her and put the T-tops down. It's been nearly a year since I've run her T-topless, so it will be a momentous occasion.

It's difficult to work on a day like this! I have a couple of projects on my plate for today, but I think I'm going to have to leave them for later. After all, the errand is something we have to do: picking out tuxes and getting Michael's measurements.

On that note, I just have to say... I still can't believe the wedding is in just over a month!!! My mind is racing, trying to think of what we might have overlooked, on top of the stuff we know needs done (but just haven't gotten to yet). I guess this is why there are wedding planners -- so that rich people don't have to worry about stuff like this.

Well, I'm going to try to do a little of the "easy" work (i.e. the stuff I don't have to focus on, so that I can look out the window and smile occasionally), and save the more involved stuff for later this evening.

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Blogger Irreverent Freelancer Says:  

Meanwhile, I'm buried in 8 inches of snow!! Luck you!

 
 
Blogger Katharine Swan Says:  

That's how we felt around Christmas... We were snowed in, and it was 70 degrees in New York!

Hopefully your snow will melt soon!

 

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Katharine Swan is a full-time freelance writer with more than 5 years of professional writing experience. In addition to maintaining several personal blogs, she writes a variety of online marketing materials for clients, including company blogs, articles, and press releases. In her free time, she spends time with her horse, reads, and writes fiction.

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