I was wiped out yesterday. My day started at 7 A.M. (as usual) but something just didn't feel right. Maybe it was because I went to sleep with my UCLA hoodie on or whatever, but it just didn't feel like it was going to be a pleasant day. I made my way to work with my mom, and I was already feeling light-headed while sitting at my desk. When I finally left around 10, I felt a little better, but when I got to school, man, the headache came back hardcore.
I was doing my best to pay attention in guitar class, then when the instructor told the students it was time, I speed-walked (guitar, backpack and all) to the cafeteria for a quick energy fix from a Naked protein juice. I was late to my math class by like a minute, did what I could with the worksheet, got a minus 1 from a error, then, when that class finished, I walked back to the cafeteria for a whole vegetarian sandwich on wheat bread.
I took the sandwich back to my car and seriously pondered whether or not I should go home and just doze off for the hour I had before my biology class. But because I was already running on fumes as it was, I decided to just turn on the music in the x-runner and roll the windows down while I ate the sandwich in the overflow parking lot. The hour went by pretty fast, and before I knew it I was walking to my biology class.
I was standing outside waiting for the class to start when I see Rain coming out from the class adjacent to mine. We caught up somewhat, and then I was off to my biology lecture at 1:30. Rain, it was good to see you again. And you know I think out of the box. I always have been. If you need a dissenting opinion, you got my number. [:
Usually I can get by in biology because the instructor (Ms. Pennington) is so lively and interesting, but today just wasn't my day. I couldn't wait for the class to end, and I constantly looked up at the clock to make sure that time wasn't going backwards or anything. One of the highlights of the class that I do remember was the cow/cell analogy. I wouldn't be want to corraled with a bunch of heffers myself if given the opportunity.
And then yeah. I made it out of my biology class, walked back to the truck, got gas, drove home, got home by around 3:30, jumped into bed, woke up at 4:20, called my mom, changed, picked up my mom at 4:50, went to commissary, went back home, changed, went to bed, woke up at 9:45 P.M., called Michael, went back to bed, yada yada yada.
All in all, yesterday was a very VERY long day. I didn't go to work this morning at 7 because I was still light-headed from the day before. I did manage to go to school, and now I am at work. Hey, that's 4 hours more towards my paycheck. As long as my mind and body are constant and in unison, then a day like yesterday shouldn't happen again.
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