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Day all out of sorts

Thursday, June 20, 2013

I totally overslept this morning and I had an appointment at the car dealer so I couldn't get to my workout, not a problem though, I'll do it later. I got to the dealer and the part they ordered for me didn't come in, you would think they would have called and cancelled instead of wasting my freaking time. I'm leaving there all pissy about the inconvenience and went to call my secretary to ask her get something ready for me and guess what? My phone is apparently still home on my kitchen table where I rested when I put my shoes on this morning, arrgghhh. I am one of those neurotic people who check their emails constantly and who feels naked without the phone. And yes, I am also one of those people who do not allow people, including myself, to wear shoes in my house. The kitchen is an exception because tiles are easy to clean quickly. I have enclosed front and back porches that are heated so if you come over, expect to asked to remove your shoes on the porch before entering the house.

I'm now having lunch an hour later, I have a project at work to do that wasn't in my plan for this week, and I have to up at the crack of ass tomorrow to meet the trainer. That last part is okay with me but I could do without the rest of this day.
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    Sounds like one of those days where you need a big "reset" button so you can start over! I hope tomorrow is a better day for you!
    1709 days ago
    Deep breath..... Days like this are aggravating - just focus on your workout tonight and know it will be there to help you decompress.

    I never wear shoes in the house either. Habit learned from my mom... Shoes are dirty!

    "Crack of ass" .... That's a good one!

    1709 days ago
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