There never seems to be enough time to do anything these days. This morning I woke up and took Josh to the bus stop and got home and immediately thought of all the things I have to do today. I really need to straighten (or something) my hair, volunteer and Josh's school, and then go to work. I'll leave the house around 11AM and not get home till sometime after 11PM. Mondays have always been long, but now I am feeling it. They've never been this long. And I am missing Bible study. Actually, I should leave earlier than 11 since I need to exchange some work shoes.

Speaking of shoes, I miss the casualness of being a SAHM (stay-at-home-mom). This morning I slipped on my sheepskin boots and my feet went "Ahhh!" I could practically hear the sigh of relief from them. I wish that if I had a black pair I could wear them to work. As it is, I think I will wear them to work and change to work shoes when I get there and change back into them after work. The other night (Friday or Saturday) I drove home barefoot. They have me working 6 days in a row, so I am going to try to give a shift to a PT girl who needs extra hours. I am already earning OT from being a closer. We NEVER get out of there on time. Last night was the closest ever, only 15 minutes late. And to hear it from some of the "veterans" (those hormonal 18-21 yr olds) some nights are even worse. One time half the guys didn't get to leave the store till just after 1AM. And the closing shift officially ends at 10:15PM.

Well, I should eat breakfast. I keep taking all my meds on an empty stomach. Not a good idea. And I want COFFEE!!! It’s still coffee even if it’s flavored. I don’t think I am going to get to my hair this morning. Anyone know ANYONE who can do Black hair in the west side of Portland? Preferably braids!

OMG! Tim is going to work and I just said "Good night" instead of "Have a good day" Oi!!!!

Music: VeggieTales - I Want To Dance (A Snoodles' Tale)
Mood: Exhausted just thinking about my day, but actually in a good mood right now

Genius might be described as a supreme capacity for getting its possessors into trouble of all kinds.
- Samuel Butler