Had me a “Jenica” day

Wow! I’m proud of myself. I had a “Jenica” day. While I am quite convinced that Jenica has lots of kind of days, for me, a “Jenica” day is one that is very productive. I am in awe of the productivity of this woman. Nonetheless, I did pretty well myself today.

I did all of this and many other things besides:

  • Verified had NetFiles account and Helen could access
  • Washed load of clothes
  • Put all clothes away (a lot of clothes were waiting to be put away)
  • Put away summer clothes
  • Organized fall and winter clothes
  • Paid bills
  • Washed dishes
  • Lined up some graphics help
  • Read (multiple things, multiple times)
  • Grocery store & home office shopping
  • Updated Helen and NetFiles with work I did yesterday, and earned a half hours pay doing it.
  • Read Sunday newspaper

Now it’s time to calm down before bed. Need to step away from the computers.

‘night all.

56 thoughts on “Had me a “Jenica” day

  1. Sorry to hear you fell ill. At least you made my list. πŸ˜‰

    But then that reflects my (pre)productivity and not yours until you actually help me. And then only if you consider helping friends as “productive.” ;0

    Feel better!

  2. I don’t think my spam filter liked your existential claim to being “Jenica,” by the way. I found your comment wallowing around in with the stuff that belonged in there.

    Yes, I was basking. Didn’t do too bad this afternoon/evening either. This is mostly reading, thinking work right now though. Can’t much hurry either one of those along.

    Wishing you an excellent “Jenica” day! We can all use one or two now and again. And besides, I need you to come through for me so I can stay inspired! πŸ˜‰

  3. Not that I don’t adore Ms. J, but when I think Jenica Day I think of one of those days when I woke up all jazzed about exercising later but as it turns out I have to eat stale crackers because I forgot I had a late class.

  4. i imagine there’s room enough for each of us to have our own idea of what constitutes a “Jenica” day, and it just goes to show how much we adore her.

  5. look. you probably never met me and never will. i am just some 12 year old in a little city in illinios. my name is jenica though. so i hace ‘jenica’ days!

  6. Welcome Miss Jenica and thank you for commenting.

    There is no such thing as “just some 12 year old.” I have no doubt that you are a wonderful individual. πŸ™‚

    May all your “Jenica days” be forever wonderful!

  7. I have Jenica days everyday. I’m “some 13 year old from Ohio”. Productive? Nah. Jenica? YES INDEED!!! πŸ˜€

  8. Welcome Jenica! As you can see there are several of you out there. πŸ™‚ Although, I have only met one, too, to the best of my knowledge.

  9. Hey there – how many Jenicas are out there. I’m from Good old Canada… and I’m 19. I’m glad you enjoyed the productivity behind the name. You definately described my work habits.

    Remember to rest thought. Balance is everything.

    Take care all.

  10. Hey I am Jenica too. I am in Arizona! I am 15. I did not know there were so many Jenicas either. I have never met another one.

  11. Hi Jenica and welcome!

    I have only met one face-to-face, but there seems to be a handful or two of you based on responses to my post. πŸ™‚

  12. My daughter has to be the original. I named her Jenica in 1978. We have never met any other Jenicas but it is a beautiful name!

  13. Welcome Janice and thanks for the comment. So I wonder how you came up with the name; looks like a rearrangement of the letters in your name. πŸ™‚

    But as for the original … your arrival at the name may well have been original for you but the lovely, young woman I spoke of in this post was born in 1976. Sorry.

  14. I knew a Jenica in 1977 in Napa and she was 4 years old at the time, she was so cute that my niece is named after her and she is 20 now.

  15. LOL I love that there are so many Jenica’s out there. I wonder if I’m the oldest.. born in 1977. I have met a few younger Jenicas.. but never an older one.. hmmm

  16. Welcome to another Jenica. πŸ™‚

    I think you are close although the one this post was in reference to has you beat by a bit I think.

  17. I will have to say I am most definatley amazed at the number of Jenica’s I assumed since I had never heard of another aside from myself that I could quite possibly be the only one… Silly me! I was born in 82′ and I’m in Missouri. My mother liked the name Jennifer and she liked the name Jessica so she put the two together and made “Jenica” quite cleverly I might add just not the first time this has happened apparently.
    ~Jenica from Missouri

  18. Hey I just came across this blog…my name is Jenica, too. I’m 27 from Orlando, Florida. I’ve only met one other Jenica in my life…so it’s cool to see some others out there:)

  19. LOL I googled Jenica and came across this thread. I never knew there were so many Jenica’s, and it’s nice that the name is being used as a complementary term. I’m 23 and in Australia

  20. Welcome, Jenica B. πŸ™‚

    This is clearly–long-term-proving to be my most commented upon post. And, yes, Jenica was most certainly used as a complementary term.

  21. Lol! This is so funny! I also googled Jenica and came accross this thread. I’m 22 in Canada, and definitely got a kick out of this. For those of you not having met any other Jenica’s I have definitely met a few, and in Romania it is actually a more common name, meaning “god is gracious”.

  22. Hello, My name is Jenica also and where i live it i have never met another jenica in my life. I am pacific islander and never met any other jenica’s

  23. My name is (of course!) Jenica too. The only other Jenica I know of was named after me (I’m 15, she’s 8), and I was named after my mother’s best friend, who was born in 1970 and died before I was born.

  24. “Jenica” was a chosen stage name. i picked it because it was a mix of Jennifer and Jessica, and it gave me the opportunity to be the
    “popular girl” i never was. Of course in red sequins i was very popular! I love love love jenica days!

  25. much like the ” other” jenicas, i have yet to meet another as of yet. my mother told me she changed it from two n’s to one due to a numerology thing. ( 1972 ) mt

  26. Love this blog with so many Jenicas in the world. Jenica is a Romanian name and means “little Jeni” and is a nick name for Eugenia. There are three Jenicas in our family. And we all are great productive women!!

  27. Hey… I’m another Jenica. I’m 18 and I live in Ohio. I’ve met a few Jenicas (though most “misspell” it, it’s usually Jennica :D).

    Mark, please forward all further Jenica days to me. I’m a demotivated college student and this magical Jenica-power has seriously been holding out on me. Thanks πŸ™‚

  28. Welcome, Jenica from Ohio! I wish I could forward some ‘Jenica days’ to you but I have so very few; plus, they aren’t really the kind of thing that can be sent to someone. πŸ™

    I am sorry to heat that you are demotivated at school; that is certainly tough! I hope it is only temporary and that you’ll soon find a course or discipline or even a hobby that will help you get by.

  29. Im Jenica from California. I’ve never met another Jenica, and I thought I was the only one! That’s a silly assumption, but It’s so amazing to find out many people out there actually do have a name like mine.

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