A case of the Mondays
Monday, June 27, 2016
I really, really, REALLY want to start my weekend over. It was one of those weekends where I had all these plans, and now it's Monday morning and I don't know what happened to the weekend! I did do a little work on some projects around the house, like getting a floating stand set up in my new yoga room with a DVD player, and I reorganized all my cake decorating supplies, but wish I had done more. And I can't seem to find a socket that will get the diverter stem out of the hall bath, so it's torn apart and mocking me every time I pass by. Such a simple DIY fix, and of course I've got an odd sized part. And I have guests coming to visit in less than 2 weeks so I'd really like to have it fixed by then!
Then on Sunday I did my grocery shopping, and did laundry.... but then that afternoon discovered that my dog had murdered a ground hog in the back yard. :( What a terrible way to finish the weekend! Poor little guy.
Then this morning I woke up at 4:30 with a headache that I still haven't been able to fully shake, and ended up oversleeping. So as I'm running late, half asleep, and not in a great mood already, while packing my healthy lunch I tried to get my salad dressing out of the fridge and managed to knock a jar of olives onto the floor... it didn't break, but somehow as it rolled across the floor the lid came off, dispensing olives and olive juice all across the floor... oh, and it didn't stop there. There is a railing on one side of the kitchen that looks down into the family room in the basement, and that jar rolled right under the railing and dumped the remaining olives and liquid onto the carpet behind the couch. Really??
This evening I need to prep for lunches the rest of the week which I fear will take most of the night (or feel like it). I have about 4 hours from the time I get home until the time I *should* go to bed, and that time always flies by! And I still need to get in the habit of working out every night (or at least some nights), and I never seem to.
Now to make it through the rest of the day. I'm so tired and ready to go home!