I Shouldn’t Make Decisions In The Morning

I hope you have a sarcasm detector, and more importantly, I hope it’s working.

Surprisingly enough, I woke up early today. That never happens. I always oversleep my alarm. I’m thinking of buying ten more. I totally don’t have trouble sleeping or staying asleep.

With tons of free time on my hands, I decided to go back to my high school. I definitely didn’t go back already earlier this month. I miss it so much I have to visit all the time.

Then once I was outside my house, I started to run. Yes, you’re looking at a world-class, long-distance runner. I can even sprint short distances no problem. I’m super fit, okay? I could do 10 km in my sleep easily. What, you think I slowed down and started walking after five minutes of light jogging? Please set your standards for me a little higher.

This goes to prove I shouldn’t make decisions at eight in the morning. Also, I probably shouldn’t draft blog posts at one in the afternoon the same day I didn’t get enough sleep prior to suffocating from a sea of teenage sweat I voluntarily waded in.

I might have gone slightly crazy cooped up in a subway cart. The result? This post.

My life in 3 words: sleep, school, and sarcasm.

I didn’t forget about adverbs in abundance.

Most of what I said was sarcastic by the way if you didn’t catch on, but you probably did because you’re smart. And I’m not being snarky when I say that.


6 thoughts on “I Shouldn’t Make Decisions In The Morning

  1. Rae Longest says:

    This was a delight to read. I am the opposite of you. I am annoyingly early (I show up at your door while you are still shampooing your hair) perhaps because I grew up in a military family, and if you were not half an hour early, you were late! And excuses (They were never “reasons”, everything was an “excuse”.) were unacceptable. Punctuality may be a virtue, but pile it on too thick, and it can “lose you” friends. I think you young people have got it right–punctual most of the time with flexibility and no panic when running (in your case literally) late.

    • aspiringwriter22 says:

      Ah thank you! Oh, that’s interesting. I always like being early. But not that early. Though I do have nightmares of being tardy. Haha everything’s an excuse, huh? It’s my fault the bus didn’t come. 😉 I know exactly what you mean. Well I was a bit worried, but it worked out just fine in the end.

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