Mr. Pisa (senorpisa) wrote,
Mr. Pisa

Daily Routines

4:15 a.m. - Alarm goes off. Right now the alarm tone is called Seaside. It actually gently goes off around 4:13, and since I am such a light sleeper, my day begins then.

Jack, my Australian Cattle Dog wakes up along with me as well. He lazily sits up, stretches, and clumsily falls backward onto my chest so that I may pet him for a few minutes.

4:20 a.m. - Jump in the shower for a few minutes, depending on how cold or sore I am. Scrub hair, the pits and the slits, then jump out and towel dry off.

4:30 - 4:45 a.m. - Feed Jack a cup of dry dog food with a little bit of wet dog food. Fill up his water bowl, and place him outside.

5 a.m. - Head out for work. Depending if I want coffee bean or not, I will usually take Ventura road to the freeway.

5:30 a.m. - clock into work, check emails, stare at phone for a while. Eat some yogurt with granola, or oatmeal, then begin work.

8:45 a.m. - first break. I usually walk down to the first floor to say hi to my cousin or Nicole. Try not to get caught staring at her cleavage.

10 a.m. - Lunch. I usually will walk to D'Mungeons and pick up a sandwich and walk back to work, or I will sit in my car and rest my eyes for a bit and try to think about nothing.

1 p.m. - Second break. most of the time these are spent in the bathroom.

2:30 p.m. - End work. Most days I drive home with the radio off and try to detox from dealing with work issues.

3 p.m. - get home and nap. This is most likely my favorite part of my day.

6 - 7 p.m. - Wake up from nap and interact with my sister and my nephew. Watch a few movies, have a glass of wine or a few beers, and let Jack in and either feed him a few snacks or play fetch and let him rest in my room.

Lately I haven't been sitting on the computer at home much, since I do that all day at work. I've also been using my phone less and less.

I will usually go to bed past 11, wake up multiple times during the night, then start all over again.
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