Do you ever get tired?
Silly question, I know.
But, I mean, really, really tired without the option of taking a break or a "time out?"
One of my associates here at CDM told me one day not long ago that he had taken off about three hours in the early morning hours earlier in his week to pursue his passion--running his canoe down White Rock Creek.
"I was able to get more work done in the half a day that remained than I had all the week before because I could actually think clearly!" he reported.
Where do I buy a canoe?
I always know when it is time for a vacation when. . .
. . .I snap at those who are closest to me and who are trying to help me.
. . .I have an extra difficult time getting to sleep at night and remaining asleep through the entire night.
. . .I find myself distracted and jumping from task to task without really finishing anything.
. . .I feel like running away, but not running in the mornings at the lake!
. . .I'm not interested any more. . .in anything, even baseball.
. . .I find it hard to read.
. . .almost nothing makes me feel better.
I'm tired right now. Not sure that I have ever been as tired.
Any suggestions about how to make it until the fall when I can finally take some time off?
I'm really not complaining here.
I'm asking for help!
What do you do when you are tired, really tired?
March 2, 2014–Transfiguration Sunday
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