There isn’t really much to say today, except that it was a Monday, ya know? Just an all-round, things-not quite-right-feel surrounding just about everything. Even this post was supposed to be an easy-peasy thing—get it done and hit the hay. That was almost three hours ago, before I fell asleep on the couch, laptop open, cursor blinking at me. Now I’ve got a few hours’ sleep, a couple of lines written, and a big ol’ crick in my neck. Joy. I’m going to blame in on falling asleep before midnight, while it was still technically Monday.
Still, it was a fairly productive day at work, and I crossed quite a few things off my to-do list (I really enjoy it when the attorneys are out of the office), even if it did seem like things were slightly off-kilter. I made it to class just in time for lecture, even though I was stuck in ridiculous traffic that caused it to take over twenty minutes to go about four miles (and most of that time was spent in the first three blocks). And, I got to spend a short amount of time visiting with some fellow PTK members while we staffed a table waiting for canned good donations for our food drive, though we only had one actual donation in the time I was sitting there.
Still, every single donation counts, and this particular gentleman waited quietly in the background while we talked with some other people about our goals, then timidly came forward to hand us a ten dollar bill. We weren’t really set up to take cash donations—and it’s technically against school rules—but I wasn’t about to turn him down. Especially when he looked like he didn’t have too many ten dollar bills to spare. I thought it was a particularly kind gesture, and he looked very pleased when we took his name down and assured him we’d put his money to good use for fellow students.
Come to think of it, maybe it wasn’t such a bad Monday after all.