Day: June 23, 2011
Status

I Need a Retail Therapist

June 23rd, 2011.  CD22, 9DPO.

Hello friends, and happy Thursday!  If you’ve found your way here from ICLW, then welcome!  Please feel free to take a look around, and for a little background info on my story so far, check out the ICLW tab above.

So, this week has been an interesting one.  Not really much new to report on the cycle front, but work has definitely been keeping me busy.  It’s stressful to be busy and short-staffed, but it’s even more of a burden to be responsible for training a new bridal consultant in the midst of the chaos.  Not that said new consultant is slow on the uptake or anything, but you get so used to doing your job without thinking that when you do have to provide a detailed play-by-play of your every action, including why you’re doing what you’re doing, it can get tiresome.

I’m pretty much exhausted and worthless every evening when I get home, and I’m back to working full-time (and then some) now that I’m the senior staff member in the house.  I just keep telling myself, “Six more weeks, Tracy.  You can do this.”  

I sure hope I’m right.

As for the whole TTC thing, I’m really not sure how that’s going.

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