Tuesday, November 06, 2007

A Day in the Life

5:50am - Alarm goes off. Hit snooze.
5:57am - Alarm goes off again. Get up.
6:00am - Take dog outside. Feed dog.
6:10am - Get in shower.
7:00am - Eat breakfast.
7:25am - Leave for work.
8:05am - Pull in parking lot at work (curses, late again!).
11:30am - Leave to go to urban placement.
2:30pm - Arrive back at work. Scarf down microwavable meal for lunch.
3:30pm - Leave for class. Drive to other side of campus. Hike up hill.
4:00pm - Class begins.
6:45pm - Class ends. Stand around chatting.
7:00pm - First meeting of portfolio preparation class.
7:45pm - Portfolio class ends. Walk to car.
8:15pm - Arrive at polling place. VOTE.
8:30pm - Arrive home. Drag yard waste to curb in gale force winds and icy rain.
8:45pm - Turn on computer. Reboot after it fails to initiate.
8:50pm - Nuke white rice in a pouch, add butter and salt. Eat dinner.
9:15pm - Realize that the odds of doing any schoolwork not good.

6 comments:

coffeypot said...

In Georgia the polls close at 7:00 p.m. You would have missed you opportunity to “be involved,” if you lived here.

Electronic Goose said...

It sounds like you could use a good home-cooked meal.

BerryBird said...

Gah! I am exhausted just reading this.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Me too, exhausting central. AK! AK.

Glad our polls don't close at 7.

Hope you got SOME studying done.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Home-cooked is good.

Nadine said...

The microwave is in my home. Are you trying to tell me that doesn't count?