The Curse of the Slavedriver

 Posted by on 21 January 2005 at 10:03 am  Uncategorized
Jan 212005

It’s 10:00 am — and I’ve already put in six hours of work today. That’s not good, as it implies that I didn’t get nearly enough sleep for the fourth night in a row. Then again, I didn’t need to do any math to discern that unpleasant little fact, as I’m not exactly feeling bright-eyed and bushy-tailed this morning.

The good news is that last night, I decided to do something radical. You might want to sit down for this news. It’s very exciting. Are you ready? Okay, here goes:

I’m going to take the weekend off.

Really, I swear. Sort of.

My weekend is already pretty full, as Dr. Lewis will be speaking on homeland defense at Boulder tonight and on classical art in Denver on Saturday. There’s also a send-off brunch early Sunday morning. Given that already-busy schedule, I decided that I wouldn’t also push myself terribly hard to study my Latin, write various papers, or make headway in my reading over the weekend. I’ll just have fun with my friends, watch a bit of football (Damn those evil Patriots!), and sleep sleep sleep.

It’s very generous of me, I think.

I work for the worst slavedriver of a boss ever: I’m self-employed.

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