If you didn’t already know, I used to hate getting up before 8 AM. I mean, 10 AM was good, 11 AM was better. Bed time used to be around 2 AM. A lot of AM’s are flying around here right now.
Then I married Curtis. This is how Curtis works.
Me, six months ago: I need to call Curtis! Something funny is on TV and I need to call and tell hi–Oh. It’s 10:30. He’s in bed.
Me, today: It’s 8:30. I have so much to do before I go to bed in 90 minutes [side note: I just went and watched TV for an hour and now I'm back and it is almost 11 PM--GASP].
I have somehow become a morning person. I don’t like waking up at 5:45 AM, but I do arrive to my 8 AM class not feeling like I got hit by a train. Mind you, this is done with lots of coffee. Lots and lots of coffee.
So there you have it, kids. Go to bed early for about two weeks and get on a morning schedule. That’s how I did it, that’s how America does it–aaaand it’s worked pretty well so far.
I now leave you with something more exciting than my sleep schedule.
ME WITH THE DINOSAUR WORLD DINOSAUR.
Bad grammar in title intentional.
So it’s Thursday, and all semester on Thursdays, I have had PDA 2 at 10 AM. I got up a little later than normal due to an intense heavy REM sleep I was in (seriously, I shut off my alarm and went straight back to dreaming!), so naturally, I left the apartment a little later than I intended. I trucked it to class, wearing an extra jacket that I didn’t need. It’s going up to almost 70 degrees today, people!
So I stumble into the pharmacy building feeling like I’ve given myself shin splints (speed walking + falling apart flats = leg pain), and both of the lecture halls are nearly-empty, except for one that has maybe half a dozen people from my class in it. I waltz in, wondering where everybody is, because it’s 9:59. Was there a Wednesday night pharmacy rager that I didn’t know about?
Then I see that things for Self Care 2 are up on the projectors, and I am informed by some lovely classmates who could clearly see my confusion that we don’t have PDA 2 on Thursdays at 10 AM on weeks we have group work sessions.
So my Thursdays just got a little more awesome, and I’m already on campus, so that means I found a study cove in the library, and it’s time to catch up on said PDA 2. Dr. Beck talks too fast.
During clusters, I made a bomb-diggity playlist with 72 songs on it, and I’m listening to Creed right now. I’m not afraid to admit it.
THIS IS GOOFY.
It’s wallpaper-sized so I’m crossing my fingers that it will totally break the blog layout.