Suzi (k00kaburra) wrote,

Spring Break, or In Which I have the Activity Level of a Slug

You don't realize how much you've missed having consecutive lazy days to yourself until you finally get them.

Since I usually go to school Monday-Thursday and work Friday-Sunday, I don't really get weekends. So the sheer emptiness of the days of my spring break is glorious. I can wake up whenever I want...which usually is around 7:30-8:00am, as I'm not a terribly late sleeper. I eat breakfast. Read a comic book or two. Read some more, this time from a novel. Get caught up on all my webcomics and nerdy pursuits. Eat lunch. Do some exercise or watch a movie or play a video game. Read some more. Take a relaxing bath. Seanie comes over and we hang out in the afternoon. GO to sleep at a reasonable hour.
Glorious, glorious, glorious.

Of course, it's not pure laziness. I worked a couple of hours this afternoon at RHA stuffing envelopes for quarterly HOA bills.
That's about it, though, until I go back to work again on Friday.

There are things I want to do this week. Get a haircut. Schedule a dentist appointment. Get a facial. Paint my nails. Buy a pair of jeans. But I doubt I'll do any of it. I'm too busy being delightfully, happily lazy!!
Tags: lazy

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