Seven Days

No, this is not a list. It is me breaking my rule, once again of posting a blog as though it is a diary entry. Seven days ago I was in full auto-pilot summer mode. Monday was just another day at work followed by a dip in the pool. Then, Tuesday I had my emotional butt kicked, hard core. I am not going to elaborate here and now, maybe later. It was one of those days that catch you of guard as though a whale suddenly appeared on the freeway and you crash right into it. I finally shook off the haze sometime Saturday (yesterday) and realized, “Darnit, school starts on Monday!”

So, I logged into my school account online and was even more surprised when I found out that three of the four classes I have actually started last Monday, making me embarrassingly behind already. My real live in person class starts tomorrow, and the ditz in me forgot to reserve a sitter, so maybe The Max will learn something along with me.

My point of this word rubbage is this: No matter how you downsize life into what seems to be manageable, life will always pull a Road-Runner on your bad Coyote self.

I should go to bed already, but instead I will be reading all of your guy’s most recent entries;)

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killing spiders with my laser eyes.
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7 Responses to Seven Days

  1. A broad says:

    Had many of those days myself and boy they catch you totally unawares…just when you thought there was light at the end of the tunnel, someone flicks the switch! Good luck with school!

  2. Brad says:

    Wow, missing a week kinda sucks, but I won’t say I’ve never done anything like it. I’m starting next week!

  3. kristiane says:

    Good luck to you Brad! I am looking forward to getting into a rythym, hopefully soon!

  4. Billy says:

    Oh no! Mine started today and it feels so weird. I feel like a parent in the class. yikes.
    Hope everything is ok!

  5. squee4242 says:

    “My point of this word rubbage is this: No matter how you downsize life into what seems to be manageable, life will always pull a Road-Runner on your bad Coyote self.”

    You know, I try to keep that in mind, because sometimes I beat myself up over letting crap happen, but no matter what, life can always come along and mess you up even if you’ve done everything perfectly. Takes a little of the pressure off.

    “I should go to bed already, but instead I will be reading all of your guy’s most recent entries;)”

    LOL, can’t tell you how many times I’ve said that one to myself 😀 I picked a late start class, myself, so my blog heydays are coming to a close but I still have two more weeks (not to rub it in, sorry).

  6. kittymao says:

    I spent a month in a mental fog during College. Scary stuff.

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