I may have been too busy lately to share this with you, but the next 7 days are going to be very, very busy for me.
Let’s get busy with a list of my busy-ness, shall we?
- Today will be a typically busy Wednesday for me, with individual therapy and group therapy at work in the morning, an appointment in the afternoon, and then errands and hanging with my boyfriend Michael in the evening.
- Tomorrow I will be busy attending an all-day conference on medical practice innovation starting at 7:30 AM, busily rushing back to work in time for my therapy group at 5:30 PM.
- Friday I’ll be busy at the very full and busy first day of the annual conference of the Northeastern Society for Group Psychotherapy (NSGP), a professional organization I’ve been busy with for over 20 busy years.
- Saturday I’ll be busily attending a morning workshop given by my friend and colleague Maxine, attending a business meeting of the busy board of directors of NSGP, presenting a workshop on my busy therapy groups in the afternoon, and going to a busy NSGP dinner at a busy Boston restaurant,
- Sunday is almost as busy — with the final day of the NSGP conference — although I probably won’t be busy with anxiety, because my presentation will be over.
- Monday I get back to my busy job an hour earlier than usual, because I’ve had to schedule patients I was too busy to see on Thursday and Friday.
- Tuesday I need to busily drive out to Concord, Massachusetts USA (the site of some busy revolutionary activity in the 1700s) to sing a very busy and difficult song as I audition for a local production of the musical Follies, created by the very busy and talented Stephen Sondheim.
- Something I was too busy to remember when I published this post, a busy hour ago: on Wednesday evening I’m going to the Boston Pops with my son Aaron and my ex-sister-in-law Deborah, for an all Sondheim evening of music.
Wow. I’m going to be busy. Also, busy cold germs started getting busy in my nose and throat, yesterday.
Speaking of yesterday, I was busy yesterday afternoon saying goodbye to Laura, who I’ve been busily and happily supervising at work. Laura will be busy, from now on, getting supervision elsewhere. I’m too busy to tell you more details about that, but I’m not too busy to tell you I will miss seeing Laura, every Tuesday at 4 PM.
I hope Laura isn’t too busy to read this blog post. She often isn’t, so …
I hope I haven’t lost you in all the busy-ness of today’s post. Here are some busy pictures I wasn’t too busy to take yesterday:
I’ve been busy thinking about some busy music to busily include in today’s busy blog.
That’s the first 10 minutes of a busy production of Stephen Sondheim’s Company, which starts out with many busy noises of downtown NYC and includes many busily wonderful performances. Now I’m busily remembering how — in the 1970s — I was busy attending rehearsals for a local production of Company in Lexington, Massachusetts USA (another site of some busy revolutionary activity in the 1700s).
I know we’re all busy these days, but if you leave a busy comment below, I’m not too busy to answer it.
Busy thanks to all the busy people mentioned in this post and to you — of course! — for being not too busy to visit, here and now.