Ugh. I had to work on day job stuff at home over the weekend. In fact, I just finished working on an important proposal tonight. I do hate it when the day job intrudes on the weekend, which I see as my time to play catch-up on the fiction writing, chores, etc. But it’s a small price to pay for keeping that day job, which enables me to do the things I love. And it really is a good day job, so I know I can’t complain. The truth is, I’ll feel a lot better going in tomorrow morning with some effort under my belt on this proposal instead of going in feeling like I’m behind the eight-ball. Good luck to you all on your work week ahead! See you soon!
Books by Robert Jeschonek