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Friday, September 22, 2006
Waiting for Godot
Actually, I'm "working from home" today, while I wait for Offenbacher's to deliver my new patio furniture. As with most home deliveries, I was given the vague time of "Between 8:00 AM and 2:00 PM", which results in having to stick around the house all day.

Could be worse. I have no intention of taking a shower before at least noon, and I brought home plenty of actual work in the form of employee evaluations and some data entry that is hard to accomplish between meetings and constant interruptions at work. Still, it's nice to have a pot of good coffee, it's a beautiful nearly fall day, and I'll probably take myself out to lunch with a good book to the little sandwich shop near MICA, or down to Charles Street and hang out on the sidewalk in front of XS and have sushi and tea.

Definitely better than the office....
posted by Broadsheet @ 8:10 AM  
4 Editorial Opinions:
  • At September 22, 2006, Blogger Malnurtured Snay said…

    Have they shown yet?

  • At September 22, 2006, Blogger Charissa said…

    Vaguely unrelated to your post... did you read 'Waiting For Godot'? Did you like it? It's one of my favs.

  • At September 22, 2006, Blogger Broadsheet said…

    Snay - they showed at about 10:30 AM. The furniture is beautiful, and all I had to do was sign some paperwork.

    Charissa: Oh yeah - I didn't pick this post title at random. LOVED the play.

  • At September 23, 2006, Blogger tfg said…

    Years ago, I read half of Waiting for Godot. Ever since then I have had a weird, nagging concern about not knowing how it turned out.

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