Thank you so much for all of your encouraging comments on yesterday’s post. It’s nice knowing that you’re not the only one, isn’t it? I know that it makes me feel better!
Well, the day is here. I will no longer just be a stay-at-home wifey after today . I’m not going to lie, I’m
a little pretty nervous. Not only nervous to start a new job, but also nervous because I’ve gotten into a routine at home — cleaning, cooking, and cleaning again — and it’s going to be an adjustment when I’m getting home later in the evenings. Our apartment might not be as clean, and our meals may be a bit simpler. But I guess we can deal with that for a while, right?
Jordan and I had a little trial run last night. I didn’t start making dinner until 7:00, about the time that I’ll be able to now. Because I didn’t realize that we were out of a couple of ingredients once I started cooking, Jordan had to run to the store for me, and that delayed dinner even more. By the time we sat down to eat, it was close to 8:30, and we didn’t get the kitchen cleaned until after 9:00.
The food was still good (for the recipe, check out Jessica’s blog), but I’m thinking that I might have to get a little less ambitious — or utilize our crock pot — over the next few months. I’m not a fan of eating that late at night.
On the bright side, I still have my mornings to get things done, and it’s going to be especially convenient when my training runs get longer. It’ll also be nice to see a paycheck again .
Since I need to make the most of this morning, it is time for me to fold a load of laundry and go for a run. Have a good day!
What time do you get home from work?
Would you rather work early in the morning, or later at night? My perfect work schedule would be 7:30-3:30!