I'm EXHAUSTED today. I really have to start going to bed earlier. I tell myself that all the time, but for some reason, it never happens. Normal bedtime for me during the week has been between 11:30 pm and midnight. That wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't for my alarm going off at 6 am the next morning.

I don't WAKE UP at 6 am, but that's when the alarm goes off. I'm one of those snooze button junkies.

If I have to shower I hit snooze once or twice, but if I don't have to shower I'll hit it 3-4 times. I have the most polite alarm clock in the world though. I know, that sounds odd to say "polite alarm clock" but it's true. I picked the thing up on a whim at Big Lots for only a few bucks. My old alarm clock had become possessed. I kid you not. It started flashing numbers that weren't really numbers, it would turn off and then back on and the numbers would flicker and sometimes they started counting up at a fierce pace and then they would suddenly blink off. I swear to you, I was waiting for the thing to spell out HE:LL one day. It was...


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