When you know you are feeling lazy!

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Yesterday I went to the doctor to have my eyes checked. I go to a retina specialist due to a chronic disease that affects my eyes. Because he is a retinal specialist, I am there with many elderly people, a couple of people below 60 who suffer from diabetes, no one is young. I dread going to the doctor because I frequently get sick from the sick people that are there to be treated. One of the really elderly people was complaining about feeling ill. The only place to sit was across from her and I am sure I picked it up there. I wonder how many other people are sick today because of her.

Well, I got up, ate breakfast, got dressed and found as I was finished styling my hair (one of my "other" goals) and ready to walk out the door, that I was suddenly, overwhelmingly nauseous. I find that what I am most disappointed about it that I did not get sick just a few minutes earlier. BEFORE I was dressed for work. Is this not the ultimate in being lazy? To wish that you had not bothered to get dressed?

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    It makes sense to me! If you're going to end up in your PJs, getting dressed for work is pointless. So you're not lazy, you just hate inefficiency! Now, lazy was realizing I hadn't put on my watch, then deciding that I wouldn't go upstairs to get it because I didn't want to climb up the stairs. Yesterday, I actually ran up the same stairs after realizing my coffemaker didn't start. So I will run the stairs for coffee, but won't even walk them for my watch.
    3402 days ago
    No way! A lazy day at home in your PJ's is the best :)

    Sorry you are sick - hopefully, you are taking the day off to recover. Maybe next time you go to the doctor, carry a little bottle of hand sanitizer with you. I have one in my purse at all times! (just slightly germ-a-phobic!!)
    3402 days ago
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