Upside Down Day?

English: A sundial in the churchyard at Christ...
English: A sundial in the churchyard at Christ Church in Old Town, Alexandria, VA. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

That’s how I describe today because to me, the schedule is upside down and here’s what I mean.  This morning I woke up and did a little work from home – sent something in for review – showered then went for a manicure and pedicure – got on an hour + long telecon – threw different clothes on and headed to the office.  The office, btw is nearly an hour away, in Old Town Alexandria, VA.  Got here around 2:00 p.m.  Ordinarily this is the time I’d be leaving the office, if not earlier.

Had to be a good one b/c I was headed for OBX!!
Had to be a good one b/c I was headed for OBX!!

I’m kind of digging the upside down-ness though…I think I’m onto something here.  Other than the days when the kids have after school activities like sports practices, etc…..wait, they have that stuff every day….guess I’ll enjoy my upside down days while I can?

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Author: The C-Sweet

I'm a Soccer Mom/Baseball Mom living the American Dream in northern Virginia. I work as a Business Advisor & Consultant focusing on small-medium sized businesses in my local community. I've drunk the chardonnay, practiced the yoga, driven the minivan, atomized the essential oils, made the spinach dip and attended many Southern Living at Home, Stella & Dot, and Pampered Chef parties. I'm a Catholic, Conservative, Spiritually Awake individual sharing my opinion on whatever catches my fancy and occasionally entertaining a few folks with tales from my ADDiva life!

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