The weather has finally gotten wonderful (to my opinion – some would consider it miserable) and summer is hinting that its getting here soon.
Work has been very busy! We had around 95 dogs in today. Last night when I was there for closing, we had 44 dogs. This weekend is going to be very busy. I don’t doubt that this afternoon they’ll have peaked at 100 dogs. And lucky me, I get to be at work at 6:30 am for two days in a row! hahaha – not too excited about that really. Let me explain:
I’m tired. Well, maybe you could expand on that miss Tracey – you think. So, expanding. I had that awful mild flu a couple weeks ago that I believe I wrote about. Well then I gave it to my boyfriend Tommy (have I mentioned him on here before?) and I took care of him a little while he had it. And alas I gained half of it back from him! So here I am all week, snivling and coughing. That is tiring in itself to me. Then I worked Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and really early today, and I also had play rehearsals and community chorale rehearsal, and Wednesday night I had trouble sleeping. It was 1:30 am that I got up and went downstairs and fixed a cup of tea and drank it in my dad’s rocking/recliner chair. And I fell asleep. And then I woke up at 6 to my mom and the dog coming downstairs. I went back to my own bed and went to sleep. and woke up at 8:40, 9:30, and 10:30. I got a good ammount of sleep I guess, but I didn’t feel rested at all. I was going to nap this afternoon after I showered and ate after I got home from work but I haven’t been sleepy enough to sleep till now and its just now 4. I have to meet up with my director and the rest of the cast at 5:30 for dinner and run-through the show a couple times before the shows start at 7. I want to go see Tommy some time today and the only time I can think of would be right now. After the show I will want to go home and go to sleep.
Long and tangented answers are my specialty so it seems.
The play I’m in is written and directed by Anna Riner, titled Unanswered. I will post a video of it when its up. I’m going to go now!
A little while ago, my dad handed me a post it note with a list of the top ten states that I should never live in because they have the highest taxes in the country, or something along those lines. They stand thus:
8. Rhode Island
7. Maine (which makes me sad because Maine is so pretty that I would want to live up there)
5. Minnesota (which makes me laugh a little because we lived there for 6 years)
3. New Jersey
2. New York
Seven of these states I have been to and enjoyed my time there very much. I thought that I would pass the list along to anyone who was interested or was thinking about moving.
Have a nice week!
Today is April the first, known as April Fool’s day. I believe that no tricks were played on me this day… if there were they were well hidden from my knowlege. I didn’t play any tricks on people today. I don’t usually play tricks – I usually just sneak up on people. Today was my day off work and I had a pretty good day…up until about a half hour ago when I realized that I felt really warm and went and took my temperature. It’s 102! I haven’t had a temperature that high in a LONG time. So under mother orders (and my friend Anna) I am to stay in bed. So, here I am sitting in bed and I realize I haven’t updated my blog in a while!
Work is going well, it is wearing me out physically though. I went to the chiropractor today and he took X-rays of my neck and my back – YIKES! A protractor (it looks like a D and is used for measuring angles) was put up to a picture of a X-ray of a near normal neck and the curvature of it matched the arch perfectly. He put it up against my X-ray and it kinda freaked me out a little cause my neck was more straight than curved. I also saw that the left side of my hip isn’t even with the right side of my hip…its just a tad bit lower. And of course there is stuff in the middle that would need to be readjusted anyway. I remember my first time at the chiropractor’s office – it was back in 5th grade if I’m remembering right. My shoulders and hips were not even, therefore rendering me knock kneed. The pressure I was unused to and so it hurt but then after it was popped into place I wouldn’t feel pain there anymore. I also had a low pain tollerance back then too but now just the sound of it popping is what buggs me, but not too much.
Well, I’m getting rather warm so I’m going to turn down my space heater a bit and see if I can get a little rest.