Up until this morning, every single waking second since my marathon has been spent with me fighting to keep my eyes open, to keep myself upright.
Apparently running/walking for 26 miles makes a person tired.
Getting sick-ish on top of that was just a bonus in the “how tired can Ann get” game.
Really tired, apparently.
I was going to spend this past weekend doing absolutely nothing but laying around my apartment, relaxing, catching up on sleep, etc, but then late last week I got a very special email. Remember my hockey blog? Right, well, remember that last year I got to go hang out at the Cardinals Winter Warm-Up complete with media credentials from the Cardinals blog in the network? Yeah, that happened again. So instead of my very relaxing weekend, I spent it on the motherfucking GO. All three days of my three day weekend. Gogogogogogo.
I could hardly keep my eyes open all day yesterday.
So last night I went to bed at 930. I hardly woke up when GCB got home (close to midnight….I think) and slept straight on through til 7am. I was supposed to get up around six, but I reset my alarm and kept right on snoozing.
Today? I feel FANTASTIC. This is the most awake I’ve felt in WEEKS. You know what not being tired does to a person? Makes that person HAPPY!!
This is not to say that I haven’t been happy, but oh my goodness being rested just started my day off so well.
Add that to the fact that this morning I spent a little time filling out my part of the application on an apartment for GCB and myself, plus tonight being a girls’ “wine and Magic Mike” night, well, I’ve been damn near giddy all day.
Guys, there are BIG changes ahead. Big, awesome, incredible changes that I am just so anxious to get to.
Today is a great day.