E.G. (elainegrey) wrote,
E.G.
elainegrey

My energy for writing is better in the morning than in the evening: thus the doodles posted as entries. I'm feeling a touch overwhelmed by some meeting correspondence i need to do. As clerk for the next meeting for business, i posted our agenda in advance (first time for our meeting, a new practice), and i've gotten several responses that i feel need a thoughtful response. On the other hand, i feel the expectations of the internet day and age are immediate response. Thus, I balk.

Other parts of our Meeting's "Purpose and Vitality Tune-up" mean i have invest a great deal of energy in deeply listening to those in our meeting and am trying to assimilate all the input.

I guess this is similar to what i am doing at work: listening to the needs of the product teams and trying to assimilate all the input into a consistent implementation rather than the hodge-podge that is the actuality of the requests.

So, maybe it makes sense that my own life seems unattended to and that my head is very very full.

--== ∞ ==--

Just was speaking with Christine and couldn't remember the term for the in-system evernote message (Work Chat). "I've sent you a tweekle." Tweekle? Turns out both Tweekle.com and Tweakle.com are registered domain names.

--== ∞ ==--

Edward is refusing to go out this morning. Apparently, it's too cold. 47 °F

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