Where in the hell am I?

April 13, 2008

Procrastinating, again

Filed under: archaeology, archeology, Oklahoma, safety, Texas, thesis — John @ 5:17 am

Can you say that you’re taking a break from work when you’ve done more breaking than working?
I did get to dig on Monday and Tuesday. I didn’t find anything noteworthy at all, just some lithic debitage and very small burned limestone pieces. I also forgot my gloves, so I started getting blisters, although they’ve already hardened into calluses.
Wednesday I finished a survey in a different part of San Antonio, which I started writing about on Thursday and Friday. I’ll finish that report on Monday or Tuesday. I’m hoping that maybe, just maybe, they can spare me the rest of the week and I can stay home and write.
Got word on the Oklahoma survey. Starts in mid-May. We’ll be working 6 days a week, 10 hour days. That means lots of overtime. It also means I’ll be out of town for a month, unless they do some kind of rotation (which I’d rather not do, since I’d really like as much OT and per diem as possible). The client is being super-hardcore about safety, which means I’ll need to get a pair of steel-toed boots and some lightweight long sleeve shirts (since getting poison ivy is considered an “incident”). I think we might even have to wear safety glasses in addition to hard hats, safety vests and steel-toed boots.
Other than all that, Tina’s best friend Kensey is in town for the weekend and last night was Dan’s birthday party. I watched some Japanese women’s wrestling earlier this evening. I’ve written maybe 3 pages the past week.

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