Thank Goodness I have a day off from work today. Normally, I get up at around 7-8 a.m. to start my busy day. I do a few chores in the morning, check E-mails, use social media, and then start preparing for work. I see my 2-3 clients and try to help them. Then, I come home, (try to) relax, and pass out. Then I do it all over again until Saturday. Saturday, I do my afternoon routine very slowly and use that time to catch up with friends. I make my phone calls and go about my day. I still have one more to do before the day’s out. I was supposed to call her yesterday, but I didn’t get a chance to because the world exploded five minutes before my shift ended. I figured trying to get the world somewhat together was more important than trying to have a phone call in a post-apocalyptic world.
This world is off its rocker, I’m telling you. Apparently, everyone’s families are fighting with each other. Thank God mine is staying in tact for now.
Xara Nahara O’Connor