summer adventures and work hard play hard

If you ask me how I’ve been, what I’ve been up to these days you will get a variation on “tired but happy”. Work is exhausting, we’ve gone from being nearly 9 people at the turn of this year to being about 5 people as of two weeks ago. A blend of economic necessity and life choices brought us down to this size and though we knew it was coming it’s still unfortunate that that the real shrinkage seemed to happen in one week. We’re doing fine despite it and thanks to everyones hard work in the last two months we really are feeling more confident about our prospect coming into the fall.

So we’ve been scrambling a little to get ourselves wrapped around all the details and a lot of my mental and emotional energy has been going into my job, leaving me often empty and desperately short on what have turned out to still be very busy and amazing weekends. At times i’ve just been really tired and grumpy, these kinda giant crash and burn moments where i realize just how exhausted I really am. But i’ve also been having a great time.

Starting in late may with an amazing few days camping and climbing with a huge posse at buy arimidex liquidexAnastrozole generic cost pinnacles national monument south of sf. We took over two large group campsites and ate and drank and sang and hiked and climbed and generally had a great time.

June was filled with a stream of birthdays and park days (days of just spending sunday in the park on a blanket), some great outdoor climbing, and numerous adventures planned by a good friend who is leaving town. See he’s decided to do everything he didn’t get around to doing while he lived here in the last three weeks he’s here. So far we have driven down to monterey and gone to the aquarium no prescription xenicalxenical sale there (which is pretty amazing I must say, hopefully i will post pictures of my latest round of drawing sometime so you can see how inspired I was by the octopus), been to the santa cruz boardwalk to ride the carnival rides (on a weeknight!), I skipped the 4 day hike in the sierras cause I just couldn’t take the time for it, and yesterday we canoed down a bit of the russian river which was epic and involved alot of swamping and capsizing cause my friends are lunatics.

There was Carnival prednisone street price Prednisone natural alternative for which i started drinking at 11am and had the worst hangover ever. Pride weekend i decided to try my hand at a little pot cookie, only to discover it has the same effect it every did which is to make me warm fuzzy and TOTALLY PARANOID. Interestingly enough though watching my rational mind stomp down the paranoia has been helpful in stemming some natural paranoia since then. oh and don’t forget 4th of July!

I spent a fun sunday at the zoo drawing animals (I can’t find my camera cable so i haven’t been able to get photos off my camera in awhile but art pictures will come some day). In the last week of June we had a cathartic going away party for the folks leaving us this summer, resulting in some of the diflucan generic price zyban sale zyban cheap order diflucan overnight funniest group shots doxycycline hyclate price us price of zoloft100mg of zoloft for anxiety generic doxycycline for acne we’ve ever made :) I’m still hitting dance class when I can and climbing twice a week and then there’s been visitors and new friends and icecream and yet more drinking!

And I’m probly even missing a few things here. but needless to say any time I am not out having fun I’m working, working, working – trying to keep stuff rolling along. I’ve been working nights and weekends and weekend nights just to stay afloat and that’s got to stop and is gonna stop.

Next week I’m skipping a day of work to go scuba diving in a kelp forest in point lobos sale stromectolStromectol 3 mg tablets . I’m so exciting about this i get giddy whenever I think about it.

Today i have to do laundry, which I have not done in weeks!

At the end of this month I’m headed home to BC for a few weeks of visiting the new babies and old friends, i decided a few weeks back not to go to burning man this year just cause it was looking like a huge logistical nightmare (as in Yet More Work!) and it would mean making my trip to BC way shorter. I’m really happy with the decision and the moment i wasn’t going I felt this huge relief.

I’m excited to see folks and hope I’m less exhausted when I arrive :)

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