8:35 - Curse at myself for the pile of dishes I have left for myself in the sink.
8:50 - Nag at husband that we really should leave for work now.
8:57 - Leave for work.
8:58 - Get to work.
9:00 - Check work email and phone messages; often messages from people in Eastern Time zone wondering why I'm not answering.
9:05 - I CAN'T TELL YOU WHAT I DO. (I may or may not be a Cold War spy)
12:00 - Hear the siren go off. Wonder for a moment if the Russians are coming. Realize it's Cambridge Bay's lunch bell.
12:01 - Get home. Think about how I should really take a nap. Make lunch. Eat lunch. Play the guitar and/or keyboards instead of napping.
12:55 - Realize that I really should have taken a nap.
12:57 - Leave for work.
12:58 - Get to work.
13:00 - Check messages, mostly messages from people in Eastern Time zone wondering why I'm not answering.
13:05 - Drink coffee. Tell myself that tomorrow, I will nap at lunch.
13:10 - I CAN'T TELL YOU WHAT I DO. (I may or may not be a Cold War spy)
16:00 - Leave messages for people in Eastern Time zone wondering why they aren't answering.
17:00 - Wonder why the office is so quiet. Realize that everyone has left. Leave work.
17:01 - Get home.
17:15 - Go for a run. Get chased by mosquitoes. This is good, I tell myself, it helps me run faster.
Nunavut summertime flora
18:00 - Eat dinner. Delicious dinner made by my awesome husband.
18:55 - Think about doing the dishes. Go kayaking instead.
20:00 - Discover a new beach. Find a name for it.
21:30 - Get home. Think about doing the dishes. Go fishing instead.
22:00 - Watch my fishing line disappear into the water. Watch the mosquitoes dive bomb my mosquito net. Think about how I could never leave this place.
23:20 - Plan to sleep, but end up working on some writing instead; either in form of blogging, song-writing, or an article.
24:00 - Fall asleep. Dream of food.
sitting on the dock, watching the bay