Feeling of Relief

 |  Misc, Work

I am feeling just a little bit relaxed this evening. Work has finished and I don’t have to worry about it again until January 2nd. Don’t get me wrong, I still love my job, but these past couple of weeks have been very busy. It’s not going to change — I have a major project to complete in the first month or two of the new year, and new jobs coming in constantly!

Still got Christmas shopping to do, a mass of e-mails to read properly and reply to and sod knows what else. I haven’t even linked to the participants of the q*bee blog day either, which I really need to do. I’ve noticed a lot of familiar faces applying btw — it’ll be great to see you in the club and I hope you find it as cute as I do.

I’ve tried to get round and leave individual Christmas greetings for lots of people today. If I haven’t got to you yet, please don’t be offended because it’s not personal. Likewise, if I end up not getting to you — it’s not because I don’t want to, but rather because I’m bound to miss someone.

Right. It’s late, and I’ve not even eaten yet. I should probably go and do that, then rest my weary head. Happy Holidays!

Jem Turner jem@jemjabella.co.uk +44(0)7521056376

31 comments so far

  1. Stephanie said:

    Happy holidays to you! Hopefully, you’ll be able to get everything done without worsening your health. A trend is that someone gets sick, tries to catch up before he/she has completely recovered, and only gets sick again, only worse.

  2. Aimee said:

    Thank you for the Christmas wishes! :) The same go to you. Oh, and good luck to your last-minute shopping! I have to do the same myself before it’s too late. Cheers to us procrastinators!

  3. Angela said:

    Merry Christmas Jem! And I applied at the Qbee again. I was a member way back when and decided of everything, it is one thing I would like to rejoin :).

  4. Josh said:

    Happy Holidays to you and your loved ones. :D And don’t get yourself killed out there in that crazy, last-minute Christmas shopping. Some people get quite frantic when time is running out and they need that gift.

  5. Malin said:

    Jem! Damnit! Your site doesn’t look good in my Nokia. I can’t read your content, but the sidebar looks just fine! Nggrr. Lol, I’ve just learned to surf with my new cell so I can read everyones blog on the bus and stuff :P Merry Christmas!

  6. Brenda said:

    May the days ahead be less busy for you. (: After all, we need to breathe the air once in a while. I hope you’ve had a great Christmas, though. And yes, Merry Christmas – before I forget. ;)