By PDMACpayday loans
How do you people do this?! ~ 2005-01-23
i hope you’re enjoying your new job – sounds like it’s head-spinning! good luck with finding the perfect blog-job balance. i sometimes find i read/post blogs more than i knit. this stuff is addictive!
Comment - January 23, 2005 : 10:49 pm
An archives job that’s busy? You must be doing reference work or something! My job is about as low-key as they come. One way or the other I wish you good luck with it.
Comment - January 24, 2005 : 10:50 am
What??? You mean now that you’re all busy at the new job that blogs come SECOND? What happened to Little Miss Bookish whining that people weren’t posting more than once a day? I see, now that you’ve made it to the big leagues that’s all forgotten. That’s cool. I understand.
Comment - January 24, 2005 : 1:24 pm
It is a difficult balance. My job afford me time to play and blog. We’ll be around when you have time to post. Knit, breathe. It will all be fine.
Comment - January 24, 2005 : 1:31 pm
No worries. You do what you can, when you can. I am glad to read the new job is going so well.
Comment - January 24, 2005 : 6:24 pm
I love birthdays, too. Nothin’ better than a birthday.
You’ll find a bloggy/worky balance soon, I’m sure.
Picture posts work pretty well, too, though. Of course, I could always just bring my camera to work and take a few “See how busy the Bookish Girl is” pics. For you to post, of course.
Comment - January 24, 2005 : 8:37 pm
Don’t feel bad; it happens to all of us. My current job duties afford me plenty of time to catch up on all the blogs and write entries on my own. Just a couple weeks’ ago, though, I had 200 entries on Bloglines waiting to be read!
Comment - January 25, 2005 : 11:00 am
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