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Why I would write this post is beyond me because it may just be the most boring post you'll read here.
But I've seen many bloggers write one, so I figured it was my turn.
If you stop reading now and just look at my outfit, I won't be too offended.
6:15 My alarm goes off and I press snooze one or two times. Shower. Put my sweatpants and slippers on and go make coffee.
6:40 - 7:15 Ideally I would want to tell you I read my Bible every morning, but I fail to do that daily and want to do better. I use a lot of this time to read emails and blogs and sit at my computer drinking coffee.
7:15 This is where I'd like to tell you it takes me five minutes to pick out an outfit and get dressed.
But that would be a lie.
I do it in the dark because Chris is sleeping, so I'm going to blame part of that time on Chris.
7:40 Leave for work.
7:50 Yep. Takes me less than 10 minutes to get to school. In that short ten minutes I call my mom and sometimes talk to my sister too.
See? Isn't this just SO exciting.
8:00 - 4:30 My day is filled with 22 eight year olds, teaching them, praying they understand what I'm saying, planning, answering 10,000 questions a day, holding onto the funny things that make me laugh, grading papers, and a few parent phone calls and meetings during the week.
4:30 Depending on the day I either go home to run on my treadmill or do a workout video or go to the gym for a workout class.
6:00 Just like a typical 80 year old couple, we like to eat by 6:00.
Although many nights a week we aren't home as Mondays we usually go to my parents, Tuesdays we lead a small group, and Wednesday I have girls' night with my girlfriends and Chris goes to his guys' night.
Being a homebody, I am often so ready for Thursday nights at home that look like this:
Sweats, coach, tv, Molly, husband.
Again, I'm not quite sure why I'm sharing this post with you because I am now admitting that I usually get into bed around 9:30, watch an episode of One Tree Hill and go to bed. That isn't before Chris "puts me to bed" as he likes to say, reads a Psalm, and always prays for us each night.
One of the best parts of the day.
Don't you feel like that just may be the best "day in the life" post you've read?
Feel free to humor me and tell me so.