First Few Weeks Back to Work
It’s hard to have any type of normal posting schedule when it seems like all I can handle in a given day is the routine of preparing milk for my 3 month old, going to work, working and then coming home and pretending like I have it all together for 5-ish hours and then basically end up going to bed because seriously, I can’t even pretend like I’m conscious after 8 pm.
Thankfully, I did manage to complete Spider-Man and so the first completion of my 12in12 occurred. I’m not sure if I should write independent blog posts (probably) for the game entries. So for now, I think I’ll just keep it separate.
Anyways, I’m completely failing at the home/life balance, whatever the hell that myth is. We all know that the have it all mentality is pretty much fictional but my god. It’s non-existent for me.
As I try to type this (and possibly delete it later), my 4 year old is whispering at me from the corner of the living room because I asked him to please be quiet for a few minutes so I could drink some coffee and read something. His younger brother was sleeping until I pretty much shouted for him to please go play with one of his many toys and let me have some space.
I’m winning. Quietly.
I want to cook good food. I want to dig into “Fat, Salt, Acid, Heat.” I want to keep playing “God of War” which is an amazing game and the narrative so far is so fascinating. But most of all, I want to be able to blog again. I want to be able to write more than whatever my thumb is capable of doing on my google keyboard on my mobile phone.
Send coffee, and silence.