A full day

Big heads: Ann Arbor

Jeesh. I worked an entire eight-hour day today. That’s not something this gal is used to. Since being laid off three years ago (this month, by golly!), I’ve been pretty content with the freelance life. It keeps me busy, but I’ve always been able to work in blocks of time. On the slower days, I’ll have the afternoon to myself. On the busier ones, I can take a break for a couple of hours and get back to things when I’m ready. Today I was in front of the computer or in very long meetings with just a half-hour out for lunch. Quite the challenge.

In baby news, Gail called just minutes ago to tell us we needed to have his new first name to them so they could start the visa application. Whoops! We thought we had a bit of time before that decision was due. Although I’d like to thank all of the kind people who submitted names at Scott’s request, please take no offense if Emmitt or Thelonious doesn’t make the cut. We’ll be sure to keep you posted, though.

One thought on “A full day”

  1. Naming is so much fun but also everyone has a thought – this is how it has gone for my first grandson to be born this Sept – Rob and Carly picked Logan Paul Rich – I don’t now where Logan came from they say they found it in a book and it is the only one they can agree on. Paul is Rob’s middle name and my Fathers and Carly’s Grandfathers – so everyone wants to know why not use it as a first name well all the ladies on Carly’s side have Ann as a middle name so middle names are special. And on the chat goes…. So don’t mind all the talk and thoughts just let us know what you pick we are all excited.

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