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A change will do you good

Nothing on today's calendar, though my last-minute realization of an error in Sunday's bulletin will have me spending a couple of hours at the office on reprints at some point.

Wanting some kind of change, but I'm not sure just what I'm looking for. Just not feeling like I'm doing well with keeping up with my life and responding to all the inputs. It makes me want fewer inputs, but that's not a realistic option (and may be little more than a protective and selfish impulse). I suspect just getting today's work stuff cranked out might help clear my head for the time being. Getting back in a journalling groove might also sweep away some cobwebs—LiveJournal has been frustrating me lately, too, so perhaps some sort of migration is in order. Whatever the case, this regular feeling of playing catch-up needs to go.

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How is LJ frustrating you?
Just piddling stuff (e.g, having a TV show spoiled by an uncut entry), as well and not having a ton of extra time to keep up and engage. Mostly, it's yet another set of inputs to (decide whether to) respond to.
Well, you haven't been around much or very responsive for quite awhile now so perhaps you've already made that decision? Your life has changed a lot since you first began on LJ so perhaps it's a new season?
Perhaps. Regardless, it's helpful for me to write as part of my process.
The "catch-up" vibe gets to me too :/ It helps me to write though.
Same here.
Errors = Not fun.

I don't know about you, but I'm a bit of a perfectionist when it comes to stuff like that, and I hate finding errors because I always go back and make changes and burn so much time doing it.
Indeed. This was an error that the rest of the professional staff also missed when we reviewed today's bulletin last Wednesday, but one that might make a bit of a mess if I let it slide. I'm just thankful to God for remembering it—there was no "good" reason for me to have given it any notice once it passed by, but the question came to mind out of the blue and sure enough, it needed fixing.
Providence.