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December 25, 2012


Margaret Lesh

What a minute. Did you just say you're not a doer? Doesn't teaching 150 students a year and memorizing all of their names count?

I loved this essay. Maybe the overwhelmed by ordinariness feeling is why I will sometimes take a nap, pulling the covers over my head, when I can't imagine tackling the pile of ordinary tasks waiting for me.

Multi-tasking may not be all that it's cracked up to be.

Laura of Rebellious Thoughts of a Woman

Margaret, I guess I don't appreciate my doing, which is certainly another post!

Ordinariness encompasses what at one time would have been extraordinary. Maybe we need to look at our lives that way.

Multi-tasking, I am absolutely incapable of that. I'm a one task at a time woman.

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