|Bryce Canyon, UT|
Work's been hectic since I got back in town. School starts tomorrow, and there's been a lot of work to get done. Fortunately, I haven't had to do it all myself. I had summer help to do some of the maintenance work, which is a good thing, otherwise about ten of the hundred computers would be ready to go. And my partner in crime did a great job of keeping the work on track while I was out, so it was easy to pick up the remaining pieces.
I didn't quite get everything done that I'd hoped, but am having trouble mustering up the energy to care. It's done enough - classes can start; teachers have their computers back, and the iPads are almost ready to go back to the students. The missing pieces will be in place by the end of the second week of school.
I can't quite grasp how quickly this summer has gone. It seems I just got back from my trip, but it's been three weeks already. There are a lot of things in-progress in my life right now. I have a lot of projects started, probably too many. I switch from task to task, making progress, but not finishing anything. I get close, but don't seem to find the time to tidy up the loose ends.
Joe and I put up the new storm windows today. They've been sitting in the garage since the end of May - it feels good to be able to cross something off my list. I swear I could feel the air movement in the house slow as we made our way around with the installation. And, they look so much better than the old storms with their missing screens and window sections. The house looks more cared for - and I think it appreciates it. (take THAT, you bad karma cooties!)