Just finished four hours worth of proofreading on a land use and design document Caleb's company is doing for an area in Cherokee County. It was a bit mind-numbing but not too bad. This is basically last-minute work that came in for me, since his office wants it out of the way before everybody goes on vacation, Caleb included. Done, and it's another thing I can bill for.
Just got home from the market. I have a document to do final proofing on and major web edits on the greenspace thing. All I want to do is sleep. So I guess I'll try brewing up some strong licorice coffee. In fact coffee often doesn't do much to keep me awake, unless there's a lot of chocolate in it, but I'll try at least. Maybe I should put some tacks on my chair, too.
Well, I had my cup of coffee and by the time I was done with the first client I had, the cup was empty. Caffeinne isn't nearly fast-acting enough, however, so I found myself emailing the client on the second task saying I'd finish it before leaving town, if not today... and then I took a two-hour nap. How sad is that? I swear, the only coffee drinks that actually wake me up are frozen mixers (with lots of ground chocolate covered espresso beans) and highly caloric mochas. Which is why despite being so tired all the time, I rarely have more than a cup a day, and often have none. I mean, I enjoy coffee a whole lot, but it doesn't do much to wake me up.