I woke to the sound of my second alarm going off -eh eh eh. I looked at my phone in amazement, waiting for my eyes to adjust, hitting snooze, at the same time realizing I never heard the first alarm. Looking at my alarms I realized I had indeed hit snooze for the first alarm, I was just to exhausted to remember.
I worked on gathering my moment to get myself out of bed, my body told me to close my eyes. I knew if I laid back to relax at all, it wouldn’t be good. I would fall asleep.
I threw my covers off, propelled myself out of bed and gathered my clothes for the bathroom. Boy was I glad it was Friday, even if it was cold and rainy.
Back in my room I took out the hair dryer, flipped my head upside down and began to dried my hair. I worked on my curly locks, relaxing as the heat worked it’s magic. Feeling awake, and bam! In disbelief I realized, I didn’t brush my hair!
Knowing I was so tired I was proud of the fact that I remember deodorant, especially because I was out and used my daughters spray one. I grabbed my coat, keys and bag and headed out.
A half a mile away from home the realization came, I DIDNT HAVE MY GLASSES. I had brought nothing to tie my hair up, and I needed to go to bed early tonight.
This was so unlike me, however I figured I would make the best of it. I looked into my disorganized bag, rummaging around for a hair tie, and gleefully pulled one out! At least my hair would be out of the way!
At work I was readily questioned as to where my glasses were. I hate glasses. So much so that for over twenty years I have been notorious for getting them and not wearing them after a short time. Now that I have gotten older I find I’ve run out of time, or sight! To help me out, when I first got them Mrs. B was put on notice to keep me on my toes should I not were them.
So when I walked into the room she was on me, “where are your glasses?”
I polked fun of mysef when I relayed what I had done. But at least I smelled good, and I was bound to have a good day!