This is a picture of my office chair. The one I sit in when I am writing. Or playing Words With Friends on Facebook. Please note that it is empty – far too empty for far too long and way too often.
At least that’s been the case since I started working at the coffee shop.
Things have suddenly become very busy. My relatively sedentary and mostly solitary way of life these past eight or nine months has burst forth into the kind of hectic schedule I used to consider normal. But because I know that I am far more productive, creative, and motivated when I am busy, this is good. I think.
Work, writing, family. I need to find a new rhythm.
And I will.
But in the meantime, if my blog posts read like some kind of kooky drivel, please bear with me. And I would appreciate it if you would not emulate the woman who came into the shop asking if we made grilled cheese sandwiches and then proceeded to grump and complain when we said no.
You are welcome to ask, but we will say no to you, too.
2 responses to “The Sedentary Life . . . or Not”
Ah yes, grilled cheese lady… I’ve missed your fun stories from the old Christian bookstore, and look forward to reading more! Good times eh?
I’m sure there will be lots of stories to come. I’m finding that coffee shop patrons are a little more colorful than bookstore customers in many ways!