Later this month, I have a really heavy workload. 2 events on successive days, and the 3rd day is a wedding which is probably our/my most challenging yet . . . . followed by another event.
Not here for bragging rights (sympathy maybe), just to highlight what many of us are up against when we take projects on, then you suddenly realise they've been booked in, in continuous, strength sapping lumps like this.
I've no problem with the events, reasonably straight forward, but the wedding is gonna be either a glorious triumph, or a heartbreaker.
The wedding = A late Cathedral wedding then an hours drive to reception.
The problem = I've agreed to have an SDE ready for the end of the speeches!
Now normally when I produce an SDE, it's stressful enough getting one ready and tested to play out just before the first dance, so . . . I won't have much time for scoffing if I want this one ready in the time they eat their meal.
I'm confident I can do it, or I wouldn't have agreed to it, but it's still a knee trembler when you're this side of the wedding day