How can you return from a holiday and feel like you need to sleep for a week!
I think it is the adrenaline that wears off. So much driving around and being places, visiting friends and seeing family! Then boom, you come home and its back to a routine.
Some may say routine is a good thing. I am not sure about that!
Only 24 hours home and I feel perhaps things are falling apart.
My apartment was as topsy-turvy as when I left and truly, I did not bring a lot of things back from my holidays. So I was not adding to the situation.
As the weekend unfolded, I found myself working at Capital GMC, going to appointments, selling 50/50 tickets at Flag Football and emceeing the Bob Mossing School of Music Spring concert.
Keeping one’s self on their toes is a must these days; is there any down time.
Apparently, in all of this I lost my day planner. Now this doesn’t surprise me. Earlier on Monday, I thought perhaps I had lost a small change purse that was full of money. Then at approximately 3pm, I thought I saw my bicycle on the front of a bus on Broad Street!
I should go back and check my horoscope!
Okay, let me back up the bus to tell you about the Day Planner. I tossed my usual stuff into my knapsack and headed off to work on Monday. I rode my bike. As I was going down the street, I thought about my cell phone in my hip pocket. Now what if that slid out! #SMASH! That wouldn’t be good at all. As the day progressed and I did a few things, the last thing I thought about losing was the day planner. I hadn’t looked at it all day!
Heading to bed around 10pm, I noted there was a message on the answering machine. Someone had found my day planner – what I lost it! Okay. Turns out its a neighbour. But my question is – with the HUGE wind yesterday, what’s left in the book. I had a invitation to a wedding and a special anniversary. I might have had a ticket in there, pictures. I guess I best get home and check the street.
Now my other far fetched question is – did someone break into my car. The car flag is still on but that’s not to say someone didn’t smash the window! But what can you do. Oh and I guess I better check the basement to see if my bicycle is indeed where I left it
I’m going to check on my property, maybe have a nap AND hope for the best.