March 11, 2018
Daylight savings got me! I lost an hour of sleep!
Today is day 2 of my Series 6 class. I woke up at 6:30am, I wanted to get a head start on the day. Only it was rough to get up because of the time loss. You never really notice how losing an hour of sleep, that you cannot control, can affect you.
I got to the office exactly at 8. The Dunkin‘ Donuts I go to rarely gets busy but this morning people were fiends for some coffee. Class started promptly and we had our ten minute breaks in between every hour. We had our lunch break and boy was I grateful for it. My stomach was like a bull on a rampage. For lunch my friend and I decided to take a trip to the mall. More options and space to relax. I had chicken noodle soup, a tuna sandwich, and papaya green tea from Panera Bread.
Class ended at 4:30pm and like yesterday I drove my colleague home. Now I must say, the class instructor was fantastic. He broke down everything in a way that a 5 year old child could understand. There were things in the book that I did not understand for the life of me but now I am confident when those questions appear.
I got home around 6. Traffic was ridiculous for a Sunday. The highways were jam packed so I took the back roads home in hopes of it being faster. It took me an extra ten minutes to get home but it was well worth it. Hassle free!
Curious about last night’s howling cats I had to do light research. Apparently cats howl for various reason from feeling anxious to being in their “heat cycle.” Who knew!?
My girlfriend came over around 7:30 to relax. She had a long day of cleaning and wanted some down time. We planned on continuing “Seven Seconds” but that derailed a bit. She ended up falling asleep, which I did not mind, within minutes of laying down. While she slept I loaded up Twitch to support my best friend while he grew his channel. He actually did a giveaway of the same game he was playing, Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet, and boosted his following. When my girlfriend did wake up, we squeezed in 20 minutes of the show before she left.