Thursday, November 19, 2009

One of those days

Okay, y'all, it is one of those days.

Wake up, shower, dry hair. Review script for tonight's California Legacy performance. Get dressed, realize that I can't find my boots. Put on another pair of boots, realize they look wrong with slacks. Go to car to see if heeled boots are there. They aren't. Go back to house, put on pair of heeled oxfords, realize the comfy stripey socks I put on when my ankles were going to be covered clash horribly. Take off shoes, switch socks, put on shoes again. Gather up script, change of shirt, shawl. Get in car. Drive out of driveway. Realize have forgotten lunch. Pull back into driveway, scurry to house, look down and realize undergarments are visible under sweater. Go inside, take off sweater, put on tank top, put sweater back on. Almost forget soup, but remember before heading down driveway. Get back in car. Drive down through town, in left turn lane when look down and realize am missing my purse. Turn around, go back, get purse. Leave again.

Arrive at office, later than hoped. Walk to building, realize soup is still in car. Keep walking, go to desk, struggle a good 45 seconds to get laptop seated in docking station for booting. Go to kitchen, since coffee obviously needed; coffeepot empty. Sigh and walk back to car to retrieve lunch.

And that's as far as I've gotten today. But I am seriously worried how the rest of it will go, especially the driving to Monterey and performing part. Wish me luck?


Kristin said...

Good luck! I'm sure by the time you get around to heading to Monterey, you'll have everything you need *with* you. Hope you find those boots soon, too!

Wes said...

Goodness freakin' gracious, what a morning you had.

If it helps, it took me 1 hr 50 minutes to get to the office this AM, making me 50 minutes late for a meeting I set up. I should have left a half hour earlier.

I ended up pulling over and canceling the meeting from my BB and sending a note of apology to the attendees. It's re-proposed for tomorrow at 11, a much more rational hour of the morning.

Tim said...

I've had days like that. Hope it's going better!