Thanks for all the kind words in yesterday's comments.
Here's the deal:
Work has been not so good. Mid-project my boss decided to switch software packages. I tried to explain that there would be a "learning curve" for the new system. He failed to believe it. Two weeks later he's pissed because we are behind schedule. It kinda blew up yesterday.
I really tried to explain to him what would be best for my client, but he had grand visions.
Anyway, I took care of the client, (my way) yesterday, and the client is happy. Boss is happier, now that client is happy, but now doubting new software. Problem is - I WANT the new software, it is something we should have started doing long ago, but mid-project with ZERO training is not the way to go.
I think in his mind it was just like switching from Internet Explorer to Firefox or something. Not so much.
So . . . . . . My schedule for the week -
Saturday, I worked. With interruptions to run over to the track meet to catch #2 son's events.
(btw - #3 son had a track meet Friday afternoon, I did the same thing)
Sunday (time change) we left the house at 9:00AM to meet their Mother in Sealy, (two hours away). I drove on to Pearland to a friends house where I used their computer to work for a few hours, then we went for (really good) Italian Food. We went back to their house and watched Beautiful Girls and went to bed.
Monday - I woke up and left Pearland early, got to work about 10:00 and worked until 7:00 PM
Tuesday - Went to work from 6:00 AM-7:30 PM, then went grocery shopping.
Today - (Wednesday) - I got to work at 5:30 AM, I go pick the kids up tonight, so I will leave here at 5:00. (two hours there, two hours back) I will get home tonight at 9:00. I then have to feed the kids.
Thursday - work
Friday - work
Saturday - I hope to take off.
Sunday - Ryan and Zoe go back.
Monday - same old grind.
I need longer days.