Oh dear, wouldn't you know it?
Here I am about to begin the second weekend workshop (there are a bunch of assessments tied to this weekend) and I'm sore all over. It started last night, a bit like the voodoo doll stuff, randomly roving pains. I drugged up at bedtime and was too tired to drive TLOML to work this morning. I am pouting because this is the first time I haven't driven her down and picked her up since I have been here. She took the car while I slept.
So now I am awake and all my muscles feel like muscles feel after they have had a really sharp cramp... you know that feeling? That tender ache that feels fragile and unstable? It feels like at any moment the muscles might suddenly decide to screw themselves up like a Chinese burn and torture me just for fun!
I'm not sure what time I need to leave this afternoon. It's TLOMY's early off afternoon so she will be home soon. The dogger and I are sacked out on the bed wishing she was here. We are a pathetic little pair. I really should take the 3pm ferry but I am going to leave it for the 4.25pm - when I feel like this I can't take the extra hour and a half tacked onto my evening. I'll also have to leave early to get the 9.00pm home cause waiting until the 10.30 would kill me. Not much good am I? Today 4.25 to 9.30 is already going to be too long away from horizontal. I wish I could call in sick.
We have to do some kind of group presentation this evening and I am so unprepared... As a group we have had minimal contact but one of the clever clogs has unilaterally decided we are going to do a role play and apparently she has a script running through her head... (can you bluetooth a script from one person's head to another yet?) Oh well, it's a good thing that life is such a grand adventure - no doubt all will be revealed some time this evening.
This gecko on the lantern the other night was almost transparent... You could see her belly full of the nighttime insects she was catching. Unfortunately my phone is not quite a good enough camera to capture her perfectly.
Oh - I did manage to suck it up and get some real study done yesterday so I don't feel quite as guilty as I did when I wrote about my avoidant behaviour. (I still haven't tackled the roman blinds though.)
I think this blog sounds disjointed and haphazard... unfortunately that is the way I'm feeling at the moment too. I feel like I was built by a committee!