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today's fifteen minute afternoon break was spent NAPPING IN MY OFFICE.

perhaps tonight i'll get to sleep before two o'clock. that would be nice.
Posted on Thursday, May 5, 2005 at 10:17PM by Registered Commentermdog | Comments3 Comments

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Your fiteen minute nap reference is making me want to take a fifteen HOUR nap right here, right now. Ye-ah.
May 6, 2005 at 10:36AM | Unregistered Commenterlemonscarlet
Oh mdog, mdog, mdog. If you want to nap during the workday, everyone knows the best place to do it is in your car. I set my cell phone alarm and then sleep with it on my chest so I'm sure to feel the vibrations as well (chest...vibrations...I swear that didn't sound inappropriate when my brain was forming the sentence).

Back in the day when I had to be at work at 6:00 in the freakin AM, I would take three little naps: 15 minutes morning break, 30 min lunch break (yes, we only got 30 minutes for lunch) and 15 minute afternoon break. Good times.

My problem this week is that it's sweeps so all the shows I've developed an unhealthy addiction to are showing "must see" episodes. So my VCR is running constantly, and then when I get home late every night, well of course I can't wait to see what's going to happen. That and a few late-night phone calls. My body gave up at exactly 9:39 last night.
May 6, 2005 at 12:29PM | Unregistered Commentermeegs
jessi - you still awake?

meegs - actually my office is more private than my car would be [and less like a greenhouse] -- close the blinds, shut the door, and no one's the wiser. lovely.

i also only have thirty minutes for lunch. [uh... technically. in theory. in practice is a different story...]
May 6, 2005 at 12:47PM | Registered Commentermdog

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