I know I always talk about how tired and sleepy I am. I talk about how exhausted I am and how bad my allergies are. I won’t tell you all that today. BUT today, I woke up feeling pissed off. Please don’t ask me why, but I did. I had a mean spirit this morning. I felt dizzy and almost tumbled over at one point. I started to call out, but I went on instead. I prayed, and my best friend/sister called me before 6am and talked to me almost till she and I both got to work, I was vexed. My spirit wasn’t right, and I knew it. I couldn’t shake it. I know people say we choose our behaviors, but I honestly didn’t want to wake up feeling that way, but I did. And I didn’t want to carry it with me all day, but I did. At least for most of the day. Toward the end, it started getting better. Another nurse and I were having a conversation with another nurse who was making a great suggestion on team building. I was going to share some information but once again chose to be quiet so as not to disturb or make things any worse than they were. I’ll leave it at that.
The day ended well anyway and I went home. Well, not precisely because I made a few stops. I went to meet a business associate who partners with me to get things for my nursing product line coming out (Be On The Lookout For The Announcement). Went to get something to take home and eat, and stopped at the liquor store for some Mike’s Hard Lemonade and Moscato. I haven’t had a drink in a minute and just wanted one. And maybe it will help me to sleep throughout the entire night. So, I did it backwards tonight because I ate and had a drink. THEN, I STILL went and worked out. Yup, I sure did. I took my behind up to my loft/gym and worked it all the way out, honey, and didn’t feel sick at all. Afterward, I came down, took my shower and now I’m talking to my dad on the phone. And you know what happens after that, don’t you? As soon as I hang up this phone and my head hits the pillow, I’ll be out like a light. I wish for you that this weekend brings you and me productivity and rest.
Until Next Time,