Here is my typical day Monday through Friday:

0600 – Awaken from my slumber and hop into the shower. I might snooze 10 more minutes
0615 – Comb hair and the usual morning stuff. Put on clothes
0630 – Eat some breakfast. Depending on time it could be eggs or a yogurt
0645 – Leave the house and hop into car
0655 – Park car and briskly walk to class
0700 – English class begins
0750 – English class ends. Pack up books and walk over to math class on other side of campus
0800 – Calculus class begins
0840 – Leave Calculus class early to avoid missing the ferry
0850 – Speed walk to car. Drive to terminal
0857 – Hopefully make the 0900 boat and board. Otherwise, drive around
0900 – Ferry departs fromt he Bremerton terminal. Its rarely late
0910 – Make my way to the passenger area and fine a booth. I start my homework
0950 – Pack up my books and head to my car. Ferry is usually docked by this time
0955 – Drive to Bellevue. Depending on traffic this could be 15 to 30 minutes
1015 – Park my car and head upstairs to office
1300 – Have some sort of lunch type food. Snack are sprinkled throughout my day
1815 – Leave work and speed walk to the car. Traffic is random
1840 – Hopefully I have arrived in time to board the ferry
1845 – Ferry leaves the Seattle terminal
1850 – Make my way to the passenger area and fine a booth. I start my homework
1940 – Pack up my books and head to my car. Ferry is usually docked by this time
1945 – Drive home from ferry terminal. Traffic is light
1955 – Arrive home and park car. Perform a miracle in paralell parking
2000 – Say hi to Crystal and Henry. Take off shoes and power unwind
2015 – Eat dinner Crystal made. She takes care of me when henry lets her
2045 – Finsih eating and put away plate and fetch a drink. Start homework
2145 – Hopefully finish homework. Print anything that needs printing. Put away school work
2200 – Change into my pajamas and hop into bed. I might read a magazine for a few minutes

Its a busy day. There is no down time. I am still adjusting to the new schedule so I actually toss and turn for a couple hours before drifting off into sleep.

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