So I would like to leave you with this question to ponder, muse, and consider; Did you ever find yourself in a "Last Minute" situation and once you got through it, there wasn't a nagging feeling you still forgot something?
I worked a full day in the office, then drove home, ate dinner, and began packing. It's 12:52 A.M. and I am doing many of those "Last Minute" things now like posting one last post before the trip. I hope you like the black and white polariod, tipped on its side, courtesy of the Weebly photo editing tools, let's give a round of applause to Weebly on that one, Thank You Weebly for making me look cool!
I thought I would tip it in some hap-hazard way that doing Last Minute tasks leaves you feeling. Did you get that impression? Well the trip is not to the Grand Canyon, or any canyon for that matter, it's just somewhere Not Home, and thats enough to make me scramble to make sure I have all my comforts of home in one bag! (Well minus the electronic stuff.) I hope I am packed, and I read the check list several times, and its done, but I have ad hoc items that are not on the list that I am trying to review that I have. One of my Last Minute items was my daily vitamins, and my child's allergy over the counter medication. I found some spot in a bag that I could wedge it all in luckily!
So my Last Minute thinking is really rattling me and I am having a hard time trusting that sleep will make me feel better. I suppose if there is anything I think I am forgetting, my subconscious will work it out in some twisted and uncomfortable dream state. There are several interesting dream articles circulating the web right now, and I am sure Last Minute thinking and the meanings of dreams all relate somehow. If you want to confirm that or share your story of how your Last Minute thinking affected your dreams, let me know, I'd be happy to read and see what people experience.
So I do need rest for tomorrow and I attended the standard Parent/Chaparone meeting to be informed of all my responsibilities and duties, and it seems they require that I am mentally competent and can keep track of a group of students including my child.
With that, thank you for being part of my Last Minute routine, I hope you all continue to enjoy my site, my thoughts, my Blogtemplations, the ever evolving creativity and site development. I hope that a small but amazing community grows out of all of this, AND if you are a first time reader, then Welcome and thank you for reading!
Good luck on any situation you feel yourself being caught up into Last Minute details, and I hope you sleep well later that night too.
More when I return...