I have been on a self imposed twitter sabbatical this week. And it is killing me. No, I am not sitting around rocking in my chair wondering what is going on. I am actually way to busy for that. But I do miss the interaction and the camaraderie that I get from my twitter moments.
Working from a home office as I now do does pose some challenges, especially when it comes to people interaction. For example I had to go to the dentist yesterday and it was the highpoint of the week. Mainly because it got me out of the house. It quickly went down hill when the Doc broke my back molar and advised me another filling would have to be replaced and a crown was now needed on a tooth that was completely okay before I sat down in his chair. In his defense he is a great dentist, even if he does enjoy inflicting pain on others.
Okay, I have digressed. Back to the reason for my self-imposed twitter sabbatical. I have been working on a data project that was pretty intimidating. The job itself is easy enough, but I need all the free time at my desk that I have to get it done. I am easily distracted by twitter if I have it on. So, instead, I decided to keep it turned off. I thought that it would be easy, a piece of cake. For the most part it has been. I have stayed away, but then yesterday when I was at the doctor's office, my phone alerted me that there was a tweet that mentioned me. It was from my writing bud @lastword0520 telling me she was done with her next installment.
The point of my story. There is always someone else you can blame if you find yourself doing something you weren't supposed to be doing. And that's a great segue way, Karla is back today with the latest in Fun and Games. Check it out here. Don't you like how I did that?