I am quite sure you already noticed I had a hard month due to job reasons, as I would not stop complaining about it here, here and here.
Yes, I know, I can be
a little very annoying when I am tired.
Specifically, I tend to become a small child even under the slightest sleep deprivation.
And no, I am not exagerating.
If my unconditional ten-hours-a-day rest pattern (well, I admit I am a human sloth, but that should be an inalienable right to everyone, isn´t it?) is scrambled, I end up the day muttering, groaning and most probably, crying.
Considering this, you can totally picture the messy condition I found myself
after a month sleeping no more than five or six hours per night.
As I mentioned, I was working full time on a quite exhaustive schedule as I was covering someone else.
That person left her position without previous notification (ahem!) and as a result I started working on ten hours sessions, which meant I could not possibly spend less than twelve (including transport) away from home.
I am aware there are other people out there who work on those conditions on a daily basis.
I am not that dopey, but I do not think that is fair for them,
and of course the same is applied to me.
Anyway, this extensive period is over at the moment
(although it will be repited at some point in the not-that-distant future).
Nevertheless, I am back to my ordinary routine by now and this meant I could enjoy
some spare time to wear what I like (in this case I could finally use my Spin Doctor dress for the first time), enjoy long walks through old town and have some extra
quality time with The Gentle One, who is more than glad I am working part time again, as long as this state of affairs means a hundred per cent less muttering, groaning and crying.
You cannot blame him, can you?
So tell me darlings, are you having a quiet end of holiday season?