I don't know if I've ever written a post like this one. I do this all the time when I write in my daily journal, but not for the blog. However, it was such a crazy day, I think I'll make an exception.
Last night I had one of those nights when I kept waking up. No big deal, the alarm clock ran and I was up...showered, changed for work and out the door. I worked only half a day. I took the rest of the day off to get a physical. If I'm running Ragnar in just a few days, I'd like a professional opinion for a little back-up. I came home, changed, then went to the doctor's office.
After the appointment I came home and changed. I had to meet a friend at the Farmington City Municipal Pool. After that, I ran a 5K--wasn't my quickest, but it wasn't as slow as I thought it would be. I ran under a cool tree tunnel (almost as good as Salzburg's...).
I came home, showered and changed because at 6pm I needed to be in Kaysville for an audition. I sang MLK, the King's Singer's version. For a tenor it leaves the singer exposed. We'll see what happens.
At 7pm my wife and I needed to be at my daughter's gymnastic "End-Of-The-Season" dinner so after the audition I came home, changed, then we headed off to Bountiful. It was a fun night, and my daughter even received a "Most Improved" award (proud parent saying, yeah!).
On the way home, we saw a ring of fire. The hills above Centerville was ablaze. Tis the season, I guess. We came home, I changed and got ready for bed. So, let's see...six changes of clothes, two showers, a physical, a 5K, an audition, and a hillside fire for excitement. Just a typical day (sometimes...).