Yes, but it’s still Sunday!

Well, it was bound to happen– amazingly, it’s taken all summer. I woke up late for work today. By late, I mean that when I woke, I was already late for my shift.

Fortunately, my schedule at B&B this summer has been exteremely flexible, so arriving “on-time” hasn’t been an issue. At Papa John’s, on the other hand, I definately have a traditional, rigid schedule. Normly, though, getting to Papa John’s on time is just an issue of leaving B&B when I’m supposed to– rather than something tricky like … waking up. I seldom arrive on time, but, similarly, I’m usually never more than 15 minutes or so late.

Today, though, I woke up about five minutes after my shift started. The kicker, though, is that my shift started at 5:00. That’s 5:00 … PM, mind you. Admittedly, it was a late night last night, but not that late. I just happened to sleep for about … twelve and a half hours. Heh.

Needless to say, I think I’m going to plug my alarm clock back in tonight. =)

And, as I get ready to go to bed, I feel rather guilty, knowing that I slept for 12.5 hours last night, I’ve been awake for about 10, and now I’m going back to sleep. *tsk*

About Mark Egge

Two truths and a lie: Mark Egge is an outdoor enthusiast, opera singer, and a transportation data scientist. He lives in Bozeman, Montana.
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2 Responses to Yes, but it’s still Sunday!

  1. carter says:

    Let me get this straigt. Mark slept in?! This truly couldn’t be. I’m blown away!

    Mark, I feel your awkwardness on being on a fucked up sleep schedule. Waking up in the afternoon and falling asleep in the morning is very routine for me these days.

  2. Mal says:

    Is this the Mark that went to Trinity Lutheran Church for elementary school? i hope!if so.. i went there with you and jeff h. back in the day.. then i moved. i found you on myspace but you had a blog link thing and here i am. my email is [email protected] if you want to chat.. if was good finding you! ar eyou still in wyoming these days?