Monday, August 29, 2005

Holy Exhausted Batman!

Well, first day of class is over. Little bit exhausted. I woke up at 5:15am; I didn't have to be up that early, but it's when my internal clock woke me up. Much to my dislike, my internal clock is really good at going off early. I regularly wake up at least a half hour before my alarm goes off. Maybe my body knows it needs a good half hour to lay there and wake up. So this morning, I laid there, waking up... wishing I wasn't awake because another half hour of sleep may have made today a little less, well, exhausting.

I got to work this morning at 7am. I have to say there is something so nice about going to work when no one else is there. You can get what you want done, when you want it done without people bugging you or the phone ringing off the hook. I could definitely get used to the going to work early thing.

I left work and drove up to class, which was about an hour drive. I left myself plenty of time, but I didn't take into account that there was construction, basically because I didn't know that there was construction. There's something very uncomfortable about walking into a class on the first day a few minutes late. Fortunately, another kid was walking in the same time so that took a little bit of the pressure off. Then when you have people walking in 15 to 30 minutes late, it makes your 2 or 3 minutes late look like nothin'.

Class today was nothing more than going over the syllabus and getting to know each other. After going over the syllabus, I know it's going to be challenging, but I think I'm ready for a good challenge. I feel like I haven't been challenge for a couple years now and I'm due for it.

Funny how we bring to ourselves exactly what we need. Though this will be physically exhausting and mentally challenging, and I'm sure at times I'll wonder what ever made me do this, but despite all that I feel like it's bringing me closer to what I want and who I want to be. And if I'm not working towards that, then what the heck am I working towards?

1 comment:

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