4:30 - My phone alarm goes off. I slide my finger across the screen, try to get up, and take a 10-minute snooze instead.
4:45 - In the kitchen I boot up my computer, start the coffee, and sit down to write my weekly lesson plans. Much of what I write today is a continuation of last week and in about 30 minutes or so I'm finished.
5:15 - Even though I'd love to crawl back in bed, I stay in the kitchen checking email and monitoring the coffee.
6:05 - I turn to the dirty dishes in the sink and decide to get in the shower instead.
6:20 - I start to wake up my son who, like me, would rather stay in bed.
6:35 - My son finally gets up to take a shower and get dressed. In the meantime, I've gotten dressed and have begun my morning routines, which include making breakfast.
7:05 - My husband and son are sitting at the dining room table. I take a deep breath as I finally sit down.
7:25 - My son's bus arrives. As I walk back in the house I realize that I've forgotten to give him his vitamins. I reluctantly gulp mine down since the clock is ticking and I need to get to work.
7:50 - I arrive at school, five minutes past the entrance time.
8:00 - I push in to my first class. It is non-stop until lunch.
12:25 - I walk to the corner health food store/lunch stop and order a sandwich. I sit down and enjoy my 20-minute lunch break.
12:50 - I head back to school. As I walk into the courtyard, I spot some friends and sit down for a few minutes before my next class.
1:00 - My two new ESL students are waiting outside my door.
2:00 - I push into my last class of the day.
3:00 - Supervision.
3:10 - I join a webinar on Twitter sponsored by McGraw-Hill and led by @tomwhitby and Steven Anderson (@web20classroom).
4:00 - I lock up my classroom and head for home.
4:15 - I arrive home and putter around a bit. I try to do some work but I don't have the stamina to stick with it.
5:00 - My son arrives from school.
5:15 - We feed the dogs.
5:30 - We eat a quick meal before heading out to my son's piano lessons.
6:00 - My husband gets home from work. We talk for a short while.
6:30 - My son and I climb into our car to head for his piano lessons.
7:00 - I run to the grocery store while my son is in his class.
7:45 - It's finally time to go home.
No wonder all I want to do is lie in bed and watch a movie or read a book, which is what I'm going to do in just a minute.
Cross posted to the March Slice of Life Challenge #10.