Friday, March 04, 2011

Thankful for Friday

I’m glad it’s Friday.  It seems like it has been a really long week.  Only one more week until spring break.  I have no plans for the break though.  I could go to Albuquerque if I wanted to get away, but I really just want to sit at home.  I’m still feeling tired which is starting to bother me.  There are times when I know I haven’t gotten sleep or am feeling overwhelmed but I cannot pinpoint the reason for it right now. 

There’s nothing to report on Matthew.  He’s been out of town for five days and just got back late yesterday.  I’ve been giving him space and not really texting him.  He has stayed in contact but I think he’s still uncertain about everything in his life – even the other job he already accepted. 

I downloaded the next book in the Lee Child series.  I have other books on my Kindle, but it was time to go back to those books.  I’m at 71% right now so I’ll probably finish it tonight or tomorrow.  I will need to order more books before going to TFA state.  There will be a lot of reading down time.  This year, however, I’ll be in the debate tab room which should be interesting and probably really boring.  Interesting in that the debate people can be really intense.  Boring because I won’t really fit in with those people and will probably keep to myself when I’m not checking ballots.

Lent is right around the corner and I still haven’t figured out what I should give up.  Once again, I have no life so there’s not much to give up.  I don’t think I could give up my caffeine at this point – especially when I’m still feeling tired at school every day.  I guess desserts are something I could do, but not sure that would be meaningful.  I tried the internet thing once and won’t do it again.  I guess perhaps instead of giving something up I should add something more. 

I’m going to go back to the book and head to bed soon.  We’re getting some rain here so that’s a good thing – especially with all the fire danger we’ve had. 

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Why give something up - start something new. Try to do it regularily: Walk a certain distance, swim, pump the iron ...