Caffeine can be your best friend
Caffeine can be your worst enemy
Yesterday was a long day for me at the office’ tons of paperwork to finish filling out and the usual distractions. I was a little groggy so I got a 32oz Mt. Dew at lunch – what everyone needs right? Well I had some other business meetings to get paperwork ready for and I was cutting it close on time, thank goodness for doin’ the dew because I finished up my paperwork and made it to my late night meeting. After going through the usual bit there and then running off to another meeting (yes that is my life, late night meetings)…I got a chance to have dinner around 8:30 pm. My beverage of choice? Ginger ale. Why? Caffeine free!!
I got home before 10 pm and changed, hopped in the shower…the usual routine. I sat down and cracked open Dan Brown’s book; I was in no mood for physics tonight. Before I knew it, it was 12:30am…I read on, not yet feeling tired or distracted. Now it was 1:30am and time for bed, so I got into bed and kept reading, thinking I would be out in no time. I ended up forcing myself to put the book down at 2:30! Hey I read from page 100 to page 307 or 309. So far so good…just like Da Vinci Code he strings you along chapter to chapter. I have my fingers crossed it doesn’t slow down drastically at the end like DVC did…blah, that could have been better.
What does this weekend hold in store for me? Well tonight I’ll be heading out to see National Treasure with some friends, and I am sure it will be decent even if a little history has been indulged! :) Since I finished my laundry this week, I’m sure I will have plenty of time to finish the two current books on my list…oh what a nerd I am! Muhahah.
“There is a time for many words, and there is also a time for sleep.”
– Homer (800 BC-700BC)
- A Brief History of Time: The Updated and Expanded Tenth Anniversary Edition; By: Stephen Hawking
- Angels & Daemons; By: Dan Brown