You would have thought my obsession with all things Stephanie Plum would have ended after I did the essay in Perfectly Plum, but no. You know I've been listening to the entire series again on CD, right? I'm up to To The Nines.
As I was driving home this afternoon, I caught a sight of myself in the rearview mirror. There I was, drooling, while listening to Ranger.
Oh, dear God, Ranger. I swear, I love DH like crazy, but if Ranger were real and Ranger knocked on my door ...
I think I miss DH.
Anyway, lately I've been feeling like Stephanie's hamster, Rex. I'm running as fast as I can, but all I'm doing is staying in place, spinning the hamster wheel.
I've been writing all week, but between the deleting, polishing, and re-organizing, I've been in the 19,000s all week. Only today have I gone over the hump into the 20,000s. Sheesh.
Then, I've been working on a website, but when I step back, it seems I've spent hours and gotten NOTHING done. Like, NOTHING. NO progress. This, I don't understand.
DH goes off to Timbuktu to work, partly so we have enough money to get my foot fixed, and my teeth have a little temper tantrum so my foot can't go to the doctor.
To top it off, I've been running around so much that I believe that I've commented on maybe TWO blogs this week, and read just as few. THIS coming from someone who normally LIVES to read over sixty, eighty, I-don't-know-how-many blogs in my reader every day.
And for what? I swear, for all the time I've been running around, or sitting and writing, or sitting and working on whatever, I can't really pinpoint to one single thing I've gotten done this ENTIRE week!!!!
This must be the hamster race I'm living!
Ever feel like you're just running in place?