I would work on some sort of intro but I have seriously been so tired I cannot even think straight since Wednesday afternoon. I had the pleasure of attending 40 hours of training for a state exam I need to take for work this week and on top of everything else going on I'm waiving my white flag. I've been tucked in my bed since 8:00 p.m. and I'm hoping to nod off soon. I was so tired this afternoon that I was too tired to take a nap. Don't you hate when that happens? I mean my brain won't stop drifting over to worrying and insurance forms and new job anxiety and a number of other things. 2014 remains to be a year of great joy and celebration along with great heartache and hardship. There is just no middle ground. I have an eye twitch. It happens when I get stressed. Sometimes it stays for months. OY.
High points of the weekend -- morning runs, step class, taking a break from studying to go to the Atlanta Food Truck park to meet up with some of my favorite friends Saturday night, and a trip to the library.
Low points: 3 Putt had a big tournament so we never saw each other except to say "goodnight" or "good morning", studied about 4 hours Sat/Sunday, and essentially just feeling really grumpy about life but only because I'm so sleepy.
Other confessions -- I'm nervous about going back to work. I guess now that my first week of training/getting set up is pretty much over and I've done my training class I have to actually DO stuff. Which means I have to figure out exactly what I'm supposed to be doing. I am seriously jazzed about a new career step but it doesn't mean it's not stressful on a large level. We are pushing comfort zones hard in 2014. I know this is good for me. I know the reward will be incredible. I know I am really lucky. It's just hard for me to see this rainy Sunday night.
Anyone else have a case of the Sundays? I'm hoping for a bright, happy Monday!
the single gal