Worked a morning opening shift, and then did a class afterwards. At least I got to hang out with 11 of my favorite people!
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Ugh. Some days, it’s hard to stay focused on what needs to be done.
I was so excited, yes, I mean excited, to do today’s workout. Then after dealing with people everywhere on my way home. On the road. At the light. In the store. At home.
I was ready to just kill someone. Then I sat down. Really sat down.
And fell asleep.
I haven’t been sleeping. At all.
So, I’m going to sleep.
I have to work tomorrow at 6a. I work all mornings except for Sunday, when I’m off.
I need a nap.
I’m oging to bed.
First day back after a week off, and everything went well. I got everything done that I was supposed to, WOO HOO! And I wasn’t 3 hours behind. In fact, I was able to chit-chat with a coworker and still got all the things done!
And I have the 27th for my wisdom teeth removal consultation off! Woo hoo!
Oh, and news that we do have a new person hired! AND!! I don’t have to train this person!
Also, I really like the shape of these glasses. I wonder if I could pull them off in real life?
This is where I spent today. At 8a, I called in. Slight fever. Headache for 2, going on 3 days.
I watched a lot of YouTube and Hulu. I sat and relaxed. Actually, I laid and relaxed.
I feel so bad about calling in, considering I’m off for the next 6 days because of an IUD appointment and a dentist appointment.
But I had to take care of me, or I wouldn’t have been of use to anymore.
My ears are all fuckered up because of this air pressure change. My wisdom teeth are screwing with the nerves in my ears. I’m talking to my dentist on Tuesday about getting that process started.
Kit: Date Night
Template: Connie Prince
When you make friends like these, you learn to hold on to them tightly. These three have made my life so full and amazing. I feel blessed every day, knowing I have someone at my back, both at work, and in life.
Nelina pushes me in ways I never thought I could go!
Carol Ann keeps me in stitches and never lets me take myself too seriously.
Danielle was my first true friend at work. Without her, I’d have no one else!