hope you get back to "normal" soon. (yes, I use that term loosely.)
Thanks. I'm going to try sticking with the earlier (but no AS early) schedule for a time. I can get some things done around the house and get some work done uninterrupted before the kids come down for breakfast. It sets up the day nicely for me.
What's weird is having MLK off for the first time in six or seven years. I was all set to work and found out last night we were off. Watching free Center Ice, did the dishes (easiest way to stay in the wife's good graces ), made some parm crisps for when I have a yen for something in a crunch/salty snack, and worked out. It's been a good day.
It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it. - Aristotle
Talked to my boss this morning. Told him I had an interview last week. (He's also a close friend, otherwise I wouldn't have said a word.)
He's not surprised. Hopes I get the job for me, but also hopes I don't so I don't leave here. He's just as frustrated about things here as I am; Today was his first day back after a week off for a cruise, and he didn't want to come in at all, just because of the BS he knew would be waiting.
If I go and he starts looking.... this place would be done.
I've tried for years to get up at a decent hour, but I struggle to actually sleep before midnight-1am. Even when I'm exhausted, I find myself awake. I get a nice energy burst right when I need to sleep. When I worked outside of the home, mornings were miserable times for me, I'd feel half asleep until the afternoon, LOL.
We are in bed by 10pm. That's just shy of 8 hours, sir.
Originally Posted by HockeyH3aven
**insert joke about older people here**
There's a big difference between being in bed and sleeping. There's many a night I go to bed and don't get to sleep for hours. There may be something engrossing on television, or I end up engaged in stimulating conversation.