7:30 Wake up and walk my dog.
8:30 Come home and read everything that there ever was on the internet. Perhaps flip channels. Procrastinate going to the gym. Maybe I'll paint my toenails. Do whatever chores need doing. Bother Abby while she's napping.
10:30 Grab a book and lay by the pool for a bit. Or go grocery shopping or something.
11:30 Drive on base and stop by the library. Head to the gym and work out forever.
2:00 Engage in my only productive activity of the day: Teach swim lessons two of the most precious little girls on the planet. Photo evidence:
|Cute Kylie bug.|
5:30-7:30 Research housing in Spokane/Nursing school info/Scholarship and student loan stuff/possible employment and get really frustrated and decide to just quit and live in my car (which is now a much more viable proposition, seeing as we have the Rav 4 instead of my Honda Civic). Eventually decide that would be a bad idea, and do more research. Perhaps do some light stress crying. Angsty and dramatic phone call to parents optional.
7:30 Make dinner and hang out with my cute husband, as long as he isn't sleeping in preparation for a middle-of-the-night simulator flight.
11:00 Go to bed and start the whole process over again. It's a hard knock life.
I've decided to embrace the lazy summer, because I've made a pretty big step in my life and applied for nursing school at Washington State University, to hopefully start in January. I have 2 pre-reqs to take, and I'm taking them in Spokane starting at the end of August. So, I'm enjoying my lazy summer and refusing to feel guilty about it.
So, there. And it's my blog so I'll do a blog challenge if I want to. Perhaps it will just get me in the habit of blogging often, in which case I would consider it a success.
I stole this particular challenge from a friend's blog that I
This is me:
And we are all pretty weird.
Tune in tomorrow for 20 Fascinating Facts About Me. It's going to be wild.