And if that's not enough for you, then I'll even throw in some bullet points!
*Last night, I had a bit of a philosophical dilemma.
*Is it worse to spend three hours thinking, "Oh my God, am I going to throw up?"
*Or is it worse to actually throw up?
*Both were unpleasant.
*Still felt rather ooky this morning, but staying home sick was not an option.
*Short-staffed in the classroom.
*Fortunately, it was only a half day for kids.
*Mr. Principal was nice enough to say I could go home.
*Still wasn't sure, though.
*Then I got tired of worrying about what was going to happen every time I hiccurped.
*Hiccurps+Ooky Feeling=Possible Public Gastric Disaster
*Lots of hiccurps today. Each of which was fraught with tension and an ominous burning sensation.
*I came home early and didn't do my usual work out.
*Hiccurps-Cardio=No Mitten Knitting
*Does anyone else ever watch the opening sequence to Friends and think about how it was filmed back when they didn't know each other very well?
*And wonder if they felt kind of stupid dancing around in that fountain?
*I'd probably get the hiccurps and embarrass myself all over the place...
*They'd have to clean the fountain.
*Zombieland came out on dvd yesterday.
*No. I am not even putting a link on that one. I've been telling people about this for weeks in my "real" life and getting lots of blank looks.
*I'm tired of explaining it.
*OK. OK. Fine. I'll link it. Sheesh...here I am not feeling well and hiccurping everywhere and now I have to do links!
*Zombieland. Be still my heart...
*Still need more? OK. I'll give you the trailer...but that's it!
And that is my day in hiccurps and bullet points. I am thankful for principals that let me go home early. I am also thankful for Mrs. Secretary Who Sits At The Front Desk and the fact that she spent most of last night watching Zombieland on an endless loop. This gives me hope for our future.
And that my hiccurps will remain just that and not evolve any further. The alternative is not something we should contemplate...