Day 12: Describe a typical day in your current life.
ATTENTION ALL INSOMNIACS!! This one is for you!
Today is a typical Monday.
I awoke a few minutes before the alarm went off after getting exactly 8 hours of sleep. I need no more or no less..
The first thing I do after visiting the bathroom is check my phone. I may have missed something important that happened in the world in the exactly 8 hours I was sleeping.
I take my Prilosec and start a load of laundry. I do exactly 2 loads of laundry every day unless I am gone or I am doing a load of towels. Towels can be a one load day.
Then I try to coax my kids out of bed for school. My alarms get louder if I think they will be late or will miss the bus.
Then I sit on the couch and drink exactly one and a half cups of coffee while trying to have a conversation with my husband who is playing chess online. I scrounge up something to eat, then take my daily vitamins. On Monday, I floss my teeth.
I chase the kids off to school and start another load of laundry.
Then I go for a 6 mile run on the exact same route I always take. I listen to music and sometimes sing along loudly. I get mad at the idiots who almost hit me. I wave at my fans or people that follow my road rules exactly (the ones that slow down and move over). Afterwards, I take a shower. If it is nice out, I will hang my 2 loads of laundry on the line. Then I go to work.
Around lunchtime, I put the Monday chemicals in my hot tub then write a rough draft for my blog.
Then I go back to work until the work is done or I need to take my kids to after school activities. Somewhere in there, I edit my blog post and publish it.
Then I take another Prilosec exactly one half hour before eating supper. Sometimes I make supper. We always eat supper together as a family and talk about each others day. I always clean the kitchen afterwards. Then I fold my 2 loads of laundry and put them into piles for each family member. If I have some free time in the evening, I will sit in the hot tub. If my kids aren’t home, I stalk them on my phone to find out when they will be home. If they are home, I try to talk to them. Or maybe I’ll watch some favorite shows on Netflix with Paul.
Then I say my prayers and go to bed…and start things all over again the next day..
I am all for structure, schedules, and routine…but this will be the last time I bore you with all the details of a typical day…
Are you sleeping yet??