home at last!
Have been out of the house since 7am. It’s currently 6pm. I’m at the point where I sincerely enjoy being at home because my house is turning into the coolest habitat known to man (aka it’s becoming MINE and has my imprint all over it).
Picked up my dad and his girlfriend from the airport. They had a vacation in San Diego, California and Hawaii. I’m a bit jealous because my dad went scuba diving and I really, really miss scuba diving and he saw a shark and I really, really miss sharks and coral reefs and turtles.
All in due time, Yvette.
aaand long story short, I spent the full day doing accounting work alongside some of the usual work I do. Deposited a whole lot of checks in the bank today (hint: 5-figures) and doing THAT usually means there’s a shitload of accounting to do on Quickbooks. The drivers both came back from their routes at the same time sooo I had loads of invoices to do as well.
It was easy though because it’s all things that I have been doing for ages and ages and ages. I was laughing to myself today, thinking that one year ago I would have been stressed to my core with the things I had to do today (answering calls, booking orders, talking to people while simultaneously faxing one invoice, typing up the next invoice on que for faxing, marking it on the drivers folders, making the drivers routes, etc) because it wasn’t something that I was accustomed to doing. If you were to walk in the office, you would see my hands crisscrossing one another (left, right, up, down, left!) and I would seem ridiculously busy… but you just have to take it all with a breathe of air. It’s a continuously list of things to do, always revolving, in your mind, there’s no time to write things down because by the time you write it down you should already have it halfway done. It’s fun.
And, as always, I am eternally grateful to the luck that surrounds my bones. I am the luckiest person on the planet. I will always bow down to that thought, to that realization, and I will never stop saying thank you to the Universe. I am humbled by you, Universe, and I cannot thank you enough for the beautiful life you have given me and the continuous opportunities and thoughts surrounding me!
I must wake up tomorrow at 5 am. Am beginning work at 6am tomorrow because I have to help out in Wisconsin + need to do the regular day-to-day things + book orders + Johnny’s visitation.
So, excuse me while I enjoy the last radiating bits of sunshine outside.