Today was my first real day of work since early June.
It did not start off well. Actually it started out badly last night.
I woke up in the middle of the night to my intestines fighting some sort of internal battle. I'm still not sure who won.
Then in a fit of delirium this morning I somehow dismissed my alarm instead of just hitting snooze. Next thing I know I have 15 minutes to get to class on time. This includes finding parking and walking across campus.
I made it, 5 minutes late, which isn't exactly an auspicious start to the quarter.
On top of that, I unknowingly was supposed to bring the computers to class.
My work schedule was completely screwed up.
The good news: my illegal parking on campus did not result in a parking ticket and the schedule is pretty much straightened out, for now. I'll take the victories where I can get them at this point.
I'm just hoping the rest of the quarter goes a little more smoothly.
For those of you who are knew to my blog, I'm a transcriber. This means I provide speech-to-text communication access for deaf and hard-of-hearing students in the college classroom.
It's awesome, challenging, interesting, and oftentimes quite nerve wracking.