You know the week is dragging when you thought it was Friday on Wednesday, and Thursday.
What the school kids don't know...and this is a secret... I shouldn't even put this out there... but... us teachers are WAY more excited about the weekend than they are. Let alone the summer. I love my job, but "don't get it twisted" hahaha...I love when it's the weekend even more!
This week, I've been early morning running before school, which puts me at a 4:30 wake up time. This, in turn, makes the days relatively long. In fact, today, I actually forgot that I'd run already this morning. I put Sweet Jordi to bed and went to change into my running clothes. I said, "Man, this is really the last thing I want to do right now...hey, I already did this today...wait, was it today...this morning? Yesssss!!"
I'm looking at bed in T minus (whatever that means) 2 minutes. I can't wait. Sometimes, I feel like I could fall asleep anywhere, in any spot, sitting up, laying down, with my eyes open or closed. So tired.
|DDog this morning, wakeup time...I know how you feel, Buddy!|
I'm just looking forward to a nice Saturday run, in the morning. Early, but not before 6 am early. And long-er, but not 10 miles long, maybe just 6 or 7. Coffee after, with my awesome Coldstone Sweet Cream! Yesss!!
The big internal debate...Do I get up and run Friday morning and just be done with it and feel waaaay better because I did? Or do I sleep the extra hour or so and feel better because I slept. hmmmm...game-time decision, but I'm pushing for the run. I'll report back with my official findings in a couple of days.
In the meantime...it's all rainbows and unicorns over here because who doesn't love a perfectly forcasted weekend! Except for the fact that it's Michigan, and for some reason, the weather-people love to lie to us! We'll see!
What is your ideal Saturday morning like?
Do you drink coffee? When did you start drinking it? I started slow, and became a fiend when I had Sweet Jordi and DMan wasn't quite 2 yet. I needed something, anything, and it stood the test of time. Now it's my must have.