Apr. 24th, 2017

crossover_chick: Doc looking very sarcastically over his shoulder (BTTF: in a sarcastic mood)
-->Shitty traffic coming into work (though fortunately it wasn't shitty enough to keep me from the 8 to 4 schedule)

-->Still working through this mild-but-just-there-enough-to-be-annoying cold

-->Spent the morning doing one import because of a massive constituent add and all sorts of little fiddly problems with getting them and the gifts on

-->Spent most of the afternoon doing GL because of other fiddly little problems (and making sure I had all the paperwork)

-->Discovered a duplicate pledge that really shouldn't have been put on

-->Still super behind on the maintenance from the imports

-->Still only like half done with this one PM (my defense is that it's in five parts and I really wasn't in the right frame of mind to get it done this weekend)

-->"Whose Line" interrupted by Mom pressing the "voice command" button on the Roku remote when she meant to unpause the episode (Dad and I were drying dishes, and I was making my sandwich for tomorrow while he washed the dinner ones), and then the damn Roku FREEZING, necessitating it be unplugged. . .and then we had to watch all the commercials again before returning to where we left off since CW Seed makes you watch those (you can fast-forward through the episode itself, but not those!) >.<

-->Not five minutes ago, while chewing some gum, I bit my tongue so hard it actually bled (it's stopped now, fortunately)

Yeah. One of those days. Only real bright spots were that the Whose Line episode in question was quite funny, I got a decent section done on "Fixing You" (Victor telling his mental Barkis where to stick it, and starting the fight), I caught up on my tumblr dashboard and DW reading list, and Auntie Keith did a new Valice piece based on a drawing prompt. So yeah, there's that at least.

Also it's fairly early, so I'm going to hit the sheets at a more decent hour for a change. Night all, sleep tight!
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