Most days we're all pretty tired. Okay, maybe not most of us.. maybe just the some of us who have sleeping issues and don't ever get an adequate amount of sleep. Anyway, most days are just kinda groggy, and then after my 42 shots of espresso (this may be a slight exaggeration), I'm good to go. Well today is different. Today I'm struggling on a whole new level of tired-struggleness (see, I'm making up words), and I know you're probably all wanting to know why.
Last night I went to bed at 10, and I think I fell asleep around 11:00pm. Not so bad. If I slept 11-6 that would be 7 hours, and I'm totally good with that. But unfortunately that didn't happen. No. I woke up, thinking it was morning and time to get ready for work. Stood up, stretched, yawned, went to the washroom and saw that it was REALLY dark out. Darker than it should be at 6:00am, so I headed back into the bedroom to discover that it was 12:00am... MIDNIGHT. I had only slept for ONE HOUR. What the heck, self?
I obviously crawled back into bed because I had 6 more hours of sleep, but my body was all 'it's time to wake up, lets go' and I had a super restless rest of my night. I was wide awake until 2:30m woke up at 3, went back to sleep at 4 and woke up at 5, and then passed out until 6. Oh, how I hated my alarm on a WHOLE new level this morning.
Anyway, I've been doing some really stupid things this morning whilst being really really ridiculously
So... have you ever been so tired...
... that you put your pants on backwards? Nope? Me neither.
... that you push and push and push on a door that says 'pull' and wonder why it won't work?
... that you put your contacts in the wrong eyes?
... that you drop something and pick it up about 10x?
... that you see the Google sign today and think 'aww look at those cute little cartoon broccoli's' and wonder what holiday or random day of the year it is that Google is celebrating.. and then remember that it's St. Patrick's Day, and those are clovers, not broccoli.
Whatever, we can't all be perfect and know what clovers are at 6:30 in the morning when we've basically had zero sleep. And on that note, I'm going to roll out before I fall asleep on my keyboard and miss work.