On Wednesday, Bart and I had a meeting in the Twin Cities together, not arriving home until around 8 p.m.
On Thursday, I spoke at task force in St. Paul -- a gathering of public and private agency social workers who gather together to learn, network, and match kids. I was providing them with spirit lifting opportunities and making them laugh, according to the advertisements. It was a good morning - the crowd was spread out and small, so that makes "humor" a bit more difficult, but I think it went well.
Got home around 3:30 -- was really pretty out of it for the rest of the night, though I did get some emails caught up and catch up with Bart and the kids.
Apparently Salinda is leaving again -- they never did bring Gabby back -- so you can imagine how that has taken it's toll. However, she has handled it very well. We were supposed to have a meeting with a local college next week -- hopefully she'll still choose to do that.
In regards to the other blog, I appreciate those of you who have tried to convince me that I don't need to take on one more thing, but I think this one would be good for me. If you know me at all, you know that a new thing is inspiring and this would get me back on track, might also help some other people, and would only take me 5-10 minutes a day. So ... I'm thinking of starting it next week.
Today and tomorrow I do pre-adopt training for my Downey Side job 40 minutes from home, but then, other than a meeting on Monday a couple hours from home, things settle way down. At least compared to the last couple weeks.
Now... of to prepare and train new parents!