A small reprieve
Well today my midday experiment was cancelled so now I have some time to relax. Just kidding, now I have time to work on the million other things I need to get done this week! That’s the problem with writing daily, a lot of it is the same stuff, but there are some minor differences with today’s list of things to do.
Sure lately it’s mostly been a blog of my complaining I don’t have any time to myself. Which is true! I don’t have a whole lot of time to myself, but it’s probably not the most interesting thing to read about. Honestly, I’m surprised I have any readers at this point, I know the pandemic is bad, but you don’t have to waste your time here reading this! Joking! Okay, semi-joking.
Seriously though, the next two weeks are going to be brutal and taking a minute to complain/work things out makes them slightly better. The first experiment went well and we didn’t have any trouble. Best of all, we got it done on time! Not a rare thing, but certainly a welcome thing given the time crunch going on at the moment.
The rest of today is going to be very straightforward if I can manage to stay awake to get it done! The rest of the day is going to be spent writing. Namely, I’m going to be working on my new grant proposal and my first author paper that we’ve been trying to get in better shape for the instructor to review. It’s close, we’re just going to modify one more thing and we should be good to go. The trick is, I’m not sure what that one thing is. Like literally, I wrote it so long ago I don’t remember the equation so I can’t recall what it does.
That’s the plan for the day basically, review my writing to try and remember what exactly the equations do. Then when I finally figure it out I can switch gears and get my grant writing done. I’ve been tasked with taking on the next section once I finish this and that will be slightly (a lot) longer than the one page I had to do. That said, I should get to work, can’t be writing about the work without doing it.
Boring? Maybe, but hey tomorrow promises to be an interesting topic. I’ll be headed in for my pre-op appointment so I’ll have something new to
complain talk about.
But enough about us, what about you?