Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Today's schedule so far

7:00 a.m. - Get out of bed to help David get Jack off to school (and by "help" I mean I sleepily said, "Have a good day," or some such. God bless that man for loving me.) Return to bed, go back to sleep, have crazy dreams.

9:17 a.m. - Get out of bed to walk dog (and by "walk dog" I mean let dog into back yard, proceed to sit in chair on patio, encourage her to handle business as quickly as possible, corral said dog, [not like in the ocean but, you know, like for horses - I have no idea how to spell that word] go back inside - entire process takes maybe 10 minutes) and take shower (entire process takes maybe 5 minutes. Any more time that than and I'll have to buy a shower chair just to not fall over and damn it I am NOT ready to be a grandmother!) Move pillows to couch, go back to sleep, have crazy dreams.

11:03 a.m. - Have crazy dream, wake up, remember to take pills, try to go back to sleep, remember was supposed to eat something with pills so down a banana and a few sips of water, go back to sleep have crazy dreams.

12:03 p.m. - Wake up, realize have no idea where phone is, find it, turn ringer back on, relieved to see didn't miss call from neurologist, see it's time to take more pills, answer email, write this blog in an attempt to stay awake for longer than 10 minutes, realize just how much it sucks to not be a smoker anymore, and will now hopefully go back to sleep.

1:01 p.m. - Instead of going to sleep decide to watch episode of Angel since I realized that I not only have to take a pill before lunch but also have to take one after, so that means I'll actually have to eat something more than just the banana I had a few hours ago and will therefore probably have a piece of bread because it doesn't have to be cooked, heated up, poured, or in any other way prepared. Hell, maybe I'll go crazy and pour some damn Fruity Pebbles on it just for fun.


UnrulyDuckling said...

I guess the swelling in your spelling gland has gone down.


1. a pen for cattle

1. enclose in a corral; "corral the horses"
2. arrange wagons so that they form a corral
3. collect or gather; "corralling votes for an election"

SerenitySprings said...

More likely, my caring gland...