Oh mylanta. Is Friday finally here?! This was my first full five day week since Memorial Day - we get half day Fridays during the summer (I know, I know, I'll never complain about my job again), then it was Labor Day, then we did some travelling and I don't know what it is about this oneee extra day of work but I am struggling. Woof.
Case in point: I just wrote a whole blog post about my week but only one of the stories was even remotely funny so I deleted the rest. Excellent use of my work time, methinks.
What's the winning story that was keeping it awkward this week?
I've mentioned before that I have a bad habit of sitting pretzel style at my desk. This causes the foot under my behind to fall asleep, so when I get up to go to the printer - or, more likely, the vending machine - I have a hard time walking and occasionally stumble.
Wa-hellll. This week I was rocking these sassy tall wedges like a boss bitch and also eating canned lentil soup like a cheap lazy person and also sitting full pretzel like a Liz Hobag. I finished my soup (meh) and got up to bring my dishes to the kitchen and my left foot was in full REM sleep. I walked out of my office, turned towards the kitchen, attempted to put weight on my left leg but the combo of sleep tingles + 4 inch wedges was too lethal and I bit it.
Like...fully fell down, to the ground, sprawled on the floor,lunch dishes scattering...including a paring knife which nearly impaled me...bit it.
One colleague ran out of his office to see if I was OK.
Another, who knows me better just laughed at my plight.
"Did you actually just fall down?" she asked, as I lay on the floor.
It was quite the scene, guys.
I have also apparently learned zero lessons as I currently sit here typing with one wedge encased foot pretzelled up under my buns of steel.
Bets on how long I go before I faceplant on the carpet again? I'm hoping I can make it a full week but that might be too bold a goal.
Cool story, bro. I know! I'll do better next week, I swickety swear. Now I must go hide in my office and speed-read 100 pages of our office book club book before our meeting at noon today. Wish me luck!
And how was YOUR week? Long? Short? Sexy? Delightful? Perplexed? Obtuse? Any other cool adjectives I can't think of at the moment? Do tell!
xoxo Liz Ho
PS - on a more serious and personal note, an uncle of mine passed away last weekend and his services are being held this morning. I wasn't able to make the trip to be there, but my mind is in PA. If you wouldn't mind turning your thoughts there as well for a brief moment to send a little love & care to my aunt and family, I'd surely appreciate it.