For no reason at all. If I set my alarm for a time earlier than I usually get up, my body likes to try and wake up before the alarm goes off. On regular days, I set my alarm for 6:40 and I’m always up around 6:30 before the alarm goes off. So last night, I set my alarm for 5:30 to get up and work out. And then my body decided to wake up throughout the night, and 2:30 was the time it decided to really wake up at.
I stayed in bed for a while, trying to get back to sleep. Then I gave up and:
– Caught up on all my blog reading.
– Played Words With Friends.
– Read some older posts on a blog I really like but only recently got into.
– Left my house by 4:45 to go to the gym.
At the gym, I:
– Ran four miles in 36:08 (not too shabby on such little sleep).
– Did significant ab work, including planks, side planks, crunches, and leg lifts.
I was home by 6:00, I showered, and since I had nothing to do and don’t mind leaving work an hour earlier, I left for work to get here at 7 a.m.
And naturally, as I’ve stopped moving and am now sitting in a completely silent office because only two other people came in this early, my exhaustion is finally hitting me, even with two cups of coffee sitting next to me. So much so that I just tried to write exhaustedness and when the automatic spell check highlighted it in red, I couldn’t figure out what was wrong with it, until the computer pointed out that such a word does not exist.
Today is going to be a long day.
Edited to Add (8:45 a.m.) – It’s been almost an hour since I chugged those two cups of coffee and I feel nothing. Nothing. What is this? Nonsense, is what it is. Insanity.
Edited to Add (8:49 a.m.) – I’ve “updated” this post like 10 times in the last four minutes because I’m noticing more and more mistakes. Wording was all wrong, grammar was non-existent, and some of this post made no sense. P.S. I’m tired.