I don't know about you, but for me the weekend cannot come soon enough.
I have hit a low patch at work, and at the moment I am just trying to survive each day one at a time. The stuff that I am doing at work is incredibly tedious, to the point where I am too apathetic to even drool listlessly. I am drool-less.
There are some interesting bits, but true to form they are not working. They have not been working for quite some time now, and it is really dragging me down. The Biology Goddess is being a righteous BeeYatch. And I even wore my purple stripy sock on my left foot only. What more does she want from me?
The rest is just mind-numbingly dull. I spend the entire day in a tiny room in the basement all by myself. Well, not quite. I share the room with about 10 million flies. And let me tell you, they are rather low on conversation. All I have is me and my head, free to overanalyse and worry and be idiotic for 8 hours each day. It's not healthy. I am slowly but steadily losing my insanity. By the end of this I will be entirely and overwhelmingly sane. And that will be a terrible thing.
I know things will improve, they always do. But until then, all that is getting me through the days is the thought of Saturday. I have something big planned for Saturday and I just cannot wait. What I plan to do on Saturday is: SLEEP IN. I get all tingly just thinking about it.
I value sleep greatly, and this whole getting up at 6:30 thing is a bit heinous. And neither our holiday in Thailand nor our weekend away in Cornwall seemed to include the option of sleep. Perhaps you have to pay extra for that. So all I want to do is sleep in and wake up all snuggled in the duvet whenever my body decides to. Ah the bliss.
So you all, whatever exciting and active things you have planned for your weekends, cannot be nearly as excited as I am about my Saturday morning, which hopefully I shall fail to witness altogether.
I wish you all happy sleep-ins too.
*Yes I am aware that the feminine version of Lord is Lady, but it didn't sound as good so wah.