I’m bad about this blogging thing.
Actually, I’ve just been really exhausted. Working 50 hours this week alone, and I worked 45 hours last week! And it doesn’t look like it’s going to get any easier on me anytime soon (or anyone of us).
So, I’m posting, FINALLY, again, with a warning that I won’t be steady until August. Then I’ll be working on prepping for #NaNoWriMo and I’m stupid excited for that!
Do I have an idea for it? Nope, not a clue.
But I’m ready to begin!
As I sit here, watching Monster University, I’m smiling. Today was a good day.
Today, we finally got me a Bluetooth keyboard. It was needed for NaNoWriMo writing on the go. I can use it while we’re in the car, when I’m at work (on breaks, of course) . It’s going to make my life just a little easier. I’m actually writing with it right now!
Today, I finished my last shift before my vacation. I’m proud of myself for working as much as I have. I need the break though. I’m having some major shoulder pain from the repetitive motions. I’m still planning on going to the gym and all that jazz, including strength exercises for the shoulder, but that’s all I’ll be doing with it.
Josh is going to be on vacation too! I’m sure we’ll end up wanting to kill each other by the end of the week, but that’s one of the reasons I’m thankful we have the gym for me to go to (or Josh, 😉 ) . It gives us a small break from each other!
I swear, at some point, these blog posts will not revolve around how many steps I get. Maybe if I hit the 500k I’m hoping to hit for July, it will be the end.
We shall see.
For now, I’m just hoping that the truck, which is back in the shop because of transmission … again, is something covered by warranty?
I’m hoping that my hours aren’t going to be cut as badly as I think that they might be.
Now I’m going back to writing the blog for Gingerscraps.
Since that screenshot, I’ve added over 1k in steps (purposeful steps).
I’m gonna be sore tomorrow!
I was only supposed to work from 645a until 3p. A coworker has sun poisoning (she’s a redhead … and went to a lake for a week, ;)). So, I volunteered to cover her shift. Another coworker was late, so I covered the first part of her shift as well.
So, I worked from 645a until 315p, and then worked from 4p until 730p, because we finished early. A normal 4 hour shift can get me anywhere from 7500 steps to over 12000, depending on which position I am doing and how many patients there are.