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Monday, March 26, 2007

This Day project tomorrow

I am one of hundreds of women who volunteered to keep a day diary tomorrow, March 27, for an upcoming book called This Day in the Life of Working Women. Starting at midnight, I'll be writing down a record of my day. I'm going to blog much of the day, but I'll probably leave out the most sordid bit, and of course the totally mundane (went to pee...again!). Because I've got some personal things mixed in with the actually working day, this might be either boring or actually really interesting, depending on your perspective. The last time I did something like this, for Sheryl's monthly post, I felt like I led the most boring life in America, but other people reacted differently. Who knew?

Please come along for a day filled with errands, blogging, mommying, and maybe even some cooking.

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Blogger Jay said...

Oooh la la, can't wait to read all about it.

27/3/07 1:09 PM  
Blogger Michael Manning said...

This is all new tome,but what a great idea! To capture a sliver of a person's day rom all over the world!

27/3/07 5:38 PM  

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