Monday, March 9, 2015
Could it be?
Could it be? We actually have to go to work 5 days this week? How can they do that to us the week of daylight savings?! When I woke up with morning to an alarm, the first time in almost a week, I was shocked that it was still dark. I was warm, cozy, comfortable, yet tired. I peeled myself out of my bed and slunk across the room into the shower at a very mopey pace. I have already laughed about it with a few of my colleagues. At the beginning of the school year, I am prepared and ready for a 5 day work week. I have a schedule. I am in the rhythm, in the groove of a work week. But the second the temperature drops below freezing, every morning I wake up hoping for a snow day. From December until early March-- I wish that wasn't so, but who doesn't love a day of lounging around and getting things done around the house that we put off?! I have a mix of emotions. While it is great to spend so much time at home, parts of my daily routine are not as productive. I find that my productivity is in full gear when I know I am on a schedule, where there is no wiggle room. But with ample time off, those things seem like they can be pushed back. I like to stay busy and I love what I do. But I do love my sleep!
Heigh-Ho, Heigh-Ho, it's back to work I go!