Prior to that, I found myself the object of a call-waiting tug-of-war. On the one line, I'm two months behind in updates to my cousin's website. On the other line, the Rubicon Theater really wants their computer back now. Both jobs reached that point because I was relying on other people, and trying to keep up with all the other emergencies which pop up on a daily basis. It still reflects badly on me, though. If I had time to face myself, I suspect I'd be very upset.
I should also point out, however, that I've been doing a lot of work on all these things. See my note earlier about sleep deprivation. It's just frustrating for everyone involved because we're not seeing the product of this labor.
So, here's the plan:
It's a quarter to three now. I'm going to work on the website until 5:00, post whatever I'm able, track down some parts for the rubicon's computer, and head out to mcw_jas' place at 8:00 to discuss yet another project I don't have time to be involved in. From there, back to the house, where I should hopefully be able to reinstall windows and get everything up to speed on the Rubicon computer in time to return it to them tomorrow morning.
Clean up after whatever mistakes my haste brings about today. Discuss voicemail options and get Rotaract hooked up with a phone number. Deliver T-Shirt artwork to the printers. Back to mcw_jas's place for another meeting.
If all goes well, I should be allowed to sleep tomorrow night.