Today was a frustrating day. I had a simple plan. I was going to post a video #1 daughter was making, then finish up the day’s blogging and finish writing a website we’ve been working on.

Easy, right?

Instead, the day was complex.

The video wasn’t made because the pictures hadn’t worked out and we needed new visuals…

which I made in PhotoShop after spending an hour searching for the right elements and taking pictures…

and then the video was made but the tracks were out of sync…

and I couldn’t reach #1 daughter because her phone had died…

and there were numerous emails to field…

and then when I reached her it couldn’t be fixed…

so we figured something out and it ended up not that bad…

and I got the blogs all posted and started in on the website…

and then there were phone calls…

and emails…

and more phone calls…

and new clients signed up and problems to fix and checks arrived and I’d get one section finished and then something else would happen…

and it just didn’t get done.

Now, one way to look at this is that I had a frustrating day and didn’t get finished with the most important project I had scheduled.

Another way to look at it is that we got new customers, were invited to do guest posts in new places, sold thousands of dollars worth of services, and had great networking opportunities.

Assuming that I get my project finished tonight or perhaps tomorrow before dawn, I think I’ll go with half full.