A Passing Milestone: You should have noticed that this is Note 100. Technically, if I was going at the rate I started out at, I would have hit 100 months ago. That is not how it turned out, and I've clearly slowed to the point where 1 or 2 a week is a cause for jubilation. Jubilation might be a bit of an exaggeration, but that's what I'm going with. While there HAS been a smidgen of laziness involved, I have fallen out of the discipline partly because I have chosen to do other things with the time it takes to put out a Note. I haven't been writing for my blog, Graham Sedam Writes, because I just haven't had the time. I'm sure I've mentioned it in other Notes (or maybe the blog, too?), but I've been trying to get ahead and stay afloat in other areas of my life. Enough of all that for now. Here's to Note 100.

The Works @ The Office: I'm hesitant to say that my writing will pick back up with a gusto any time soon. Mostly, it'd be nice to get some type of momentum going so that I have an idea of what type of rhythm I'm currently in. I plan to do some writing today at the office, and I'm hoping that will bring me some satisfaction in the product of my efforts. Yesterday, I spent about 5 hours at the office, and I worked solely on financially related work. It was a hurdle I needed to get over. I still have some of that to catch up on, but I will always have something to work on in all areas of life. As long as I don't work a lot of overtime, I can schedule it throughout the week. Balance. Next week will be much like this week has been—Monday at The Place That Pays Me and then the rest of the week to divide between the office and home.

Change is afoot (that wears many shoes).

This was one of the views I had on my walk to the office. That mallard had the water to himself. Hidden within last year's leaves was a hen and some chicks.

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