July 7- Busy week

Dear July,

it has been quiet a busy day! I just finished an email, destined to the wannabe boss, who wanted to know what exactly I have been doing with my small budget. Well, euh… I spent it! Not completely, but it is as if…

…for the artistic event I am organizing at the end of July in the South of France! And for the one that starts tomorrow!

Actually I need to be my own boss, or to refer to someone who trusts and believes in me! And the best thing is to find these people by myself and suggest the whole team to the big boss.

Anyway, this has been a Monday full of contacts, emails, booking tickets, … there was even time for the dentist! I invited some friends who are artists in the South of France event. Some of them used to live in Paris, but have moved to London. One of the artists with a young daughter wanted to know if there were other same age children for her to play. Oh là là, it is quiet complicated, you need to take so different things into account!

When I came back home, I checked B’s Facebook page.

I wanted to text him, but I wasn’t in such a good mood, so I avoided it … Something tells me he is going through something in his work.

I talked to a friend of his, but didn’t succeed to turn the conversation in the right direction…

Anyway, this is not the moment to investigate it further, and the day was busy enough to add more questions.

Tomorrow there is a big Parisian exhibition that will last the whole week and I am co-responsible for it. I need to be present and help out as much as possible…

Here is a cute to do list from Luisine’s blog, who is an english teacher: it could be very helpful!



2 thoughts on “July 7- Busy week

  1. sounds to me as if you have some changes that need making that you are not willing to make which might suggest that you really dont want to make change at all. issues with a nagging boss, clarification with friends. i find that the best way to anything is a straight line. if you want answers your going to have to simply ask the questions. as far as the boss if the idea has crossed your mind perhaps you need to look into that option and see just how possible it is. complaining accomplishes very little. delegate when you can to take some of the less important duties off of you. and try to enjoy the ride. i dont hear that you are enjoying any aspect of what your experiencing. i dont know why that is, as life was meant to be enjoyed and the issues that separate you from that joy need to be evaluated for possible change. i dont mean to be hard on you or make you cross with me but life is what you make it. and yes sometimes it is out of hand. but you can go with that flow or you can get your canoe off the rapids and put it on a more tranquil lake.

  2. Dear Guru Rockness,

    thank you for taking the time to give me advice; I agree that enjoying life is very important. Considering your approach, a straight line, I am not sure it is the best thing with the wannabe boss. He is someone who has given me one year before kicking me out of our institution. He holds a grudge against me because I didn’t take his side in an internal conflict. He is the no 2 of my organization, so going to him would be accepting his point of view and leave. I don’t have anyone else beneath me to delegate; as to my friends, I want news from someone who has taken some distance from me. I might text him to find out how he does 🙂 Maybe your point of view is extremelly valuable, but I admit I can’t appreciate it to its fullest right now 🙂

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