Truth be told, I'm much more efficient working from home. I can work with minimal interruption (except for my social media itch) and I can shave off all that wasted time in the driveway, commute and parking lot drudgery. Another downfall to working from home, is making my own coffee - grinding the beans, boiling the water, cleaning the French press, filling it with new coffee grounds, waiting for it to steep, pouring, adding creamer - argh - such a process! I've grown to really love our office's Keurig coffee machine, always at the ready.
I'm trying to be a top-notch employee and exceed expectations, but it's getting exhausting with deadlines that never end. Sometimes I doubt my ability to keep up the pace. I almost want to laugh maniacally (Muppet reference) when I get another email saying that we need to put a rush on a new project that I know absolutely nothing about.
Today, however, I am going to enjoy my role as a mom of a first grader, who is cheerfully performing for her family in her school performance. Such sweet innocence and joy for life. I am blessed by my children.