Recap of Yesterdays Events


12:00 AM-Go to bed
4:45 AM- Wake up (you have to be sleep deprived for the EEG test)
4:50 AM- Fell back asleep
8:00 AM- Running late…not surprising.
8:30 AM- Finally left the house (the appointment started at 9)
9:00 AM- Not even close to the neurology office…
9:33 AM- Someone (Mom) took a wrong turn. : P
10:00 AM- One hour late, but we made it.
10:15 AM- The EEG tech. put this goopy crap in my hair that was supposed to keep the wires on my head.
10:23 AM- The current thought running through my head at this time was along the lines of “wow, this really sucks…”
10:35 AM- So, she puts this strobe light in front of my face and tells me not to open my eyes or blink…? I didn’t even understand what she was talking about I was just over it. Not to mention that watching the light through closed eyelids was like a rainbow exploding two inches from my face. 🙁
11:00 AM- Finally done with the EEG test and back in the waiting room for the follow up to the previous appointment.
11:40 AM- They increased my meds. It took all that time just to do that? Really?
12:00 PM- On our way home so that I can wash my hair before work…
12:45 PM- At this point I had been washing my hair for a good twenty minutes…
1:00 PM- Forty-Five minutes to get to work, so I gave up (don’t get me wrong, I totally got it all out, I just didn’t have enough time to make it pretty.)
1:35 PM- Eating my lunch at work waiting for the time to come so that we can gather the children from school.
1:36 PM- “Is it nap time yet?”

A Day in the Life of Me:



So, basically, I start off everyday exactly the same. Running behind! I just can not seem to get myself out of the door. Oh, I’m everyones sunshine in the morning. ; )

Then I tread off to my dreaded A.P. Psych class, followed by French II, and ending my delightful morning with a whopping dose of TRIG!

I mean really this is THE life.

Well, really it kind of sucks. At least the first three periods. Just saying.

BUT, 4th-7th are like OMGOSH! Can you say lunch and three art classes in a row! I LOVE IT!

Alas, all good things must come to an end. So, to finish up my school day I have English. Not that horrible of a class, but there are only four girls out of twenty-five. I mean you have got to see the immaturity level of that class. Even if you don’t know who is in it. Twenty-One senior boys filled with their cocky idiocy.

Around 3:06-3:15ish, I arrive at WORK! : ) I, personally, love it. Even though it may seem stressful working with 22 rowdy kids for a few hours, it’s still great knowing that I have the chance to change their lives and help them use their character traits to the best of their ability.

Oh, I’m sorry…maybe I should tell you where I work so that this actually makes a little more sense. : ) I teach martial arts at Sidekicks Family Martial Arts Center and I work mainly with the after school program. So, aside from helping third graders with their homework, (Which is ridiculous! Have you seen what those kids come home with? I have never seen some of that math in my entire life!) I also teach them how to be better people. Which can be very hard sometimes because 1.) every kid is completely different! 2.) they are crazy! : ) 3.) Just because it is!

After hanging out at at Taekwon-Do for multiple hours, I am finally kicked out of the building to return to the place where I reside. THEN I…go to bed. A day in the life of me is very exhausting…even if it may not seem like it from reading this post!

But that is pretty much it, from Monday-Friday.

The weekends…PSH. Now that deserves a whole other post on its own!