I had to wake up at 8:00 this morning. My oldest daughter had an interview at 9:30 at the South Common Guess store. She asked me if I would go with her. So I drove to South Common at around 9:00. The interview went for about a half hour. I just waited for her in the van. When she was finished, we went to the Indigo Chapters and got a coffee at the Starbucks. We looked around the bookstore for a bit, then we came home. We had something to eat and I started doing my psychology registration. She had to go to a different interview at 2:00, at the Windermere Starbucks. I drove to Windermere and we got there about 15 minutes early. The snow was coming down like crazy, so we had given ourselves extra time to get there, so we wouldn’t be late. We went in together, since we were so early, but my daughter saw that they were already there, so I got a small drink and sat down at a table not too close to them. This interview was to work at a pyjama store, I can’t recall the name of it. The interview took about 20 minutes. When she was finished, we drove around checking out the stores trying to find the pj store located in Windermere. They pay more than minimum wage and my daughter would like this job. Once we found the store, we drove back home, thankfully the crazy snowfall had stopped. My daughter left again right away, because she had plans with her best friend. I was waiting for an email regarding my practice insurance that didn’t arrive. I couldn’t finish my registration without it. I also got all of the glasses receipts and medication receipts together and mailed them away with a claim form. I then went to lie down for a couple hours, I was feeling tired and sick. I slept for about 2.5 hours. When I got up, I went downstairs and got supper ready. We made mini individual pizzas. I got everything cut and ready, then everyone made their own. After our supper, I went on the treadmill for 50 minutes. When I was finished, I had a hot shower. Then it was bedtime. My daughter read a chapter of the first Harry Potter book to my son, then they both fell asleep. I got ready for bed, then woke her up so that she could get to bed in her own room. Once she got up, I sat down in bed and wrote this. I’m still feeling sick. It’s probably going to take a few days for these pills to start working. I just can’t wait to not feel nauseous!! It’s going to be a relief. For now, I’ll just get to sleep.
Night All! 💤😴
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