Well, I'm awake for my second day of training.
The weather is crap.
I slept horribly, due to not being able to move without feeling like my neck was being stabbed. I couldn't even lift my head by myself, I had to push it up with my hands.
Here I am at the library on my lunch break.
Weather's still crappy. It snowed for a while this morning (well, maybe "slushed" would be a better word) and termination dust is creeping back down the mountains. Shortest summer ever. *eyeroll*
However, they SAY that tomorrow and Sunday are supposed to be nice, so we'll see.
My neck still hurts but I can move my head and stuff now. I'm betting it will stiffen up again tonight, perpetuating the vicious cycle.
I bought some new sunglasses today, too. Look pretty sharp. Now all I need to do is get to an eye doctor so I can get a new prescription for contacts and I'll be all set. Easier said than done, considering all the good eye doctors are 300 miles away by car and the "unrecommended" ones are the only ones to make trips to Valdez, and THEN only once a month or so (at the end of the month).
Well, looks like the rain may have stopped. For now. We'll see, I guess. I better start wrapping up so I can get back and do some inventory. YAY INVENTORY.
By the time I got back to work, the clouds were clearing away and I could see patches of blue sky. By the time I'd cleaned the inside of the Spirit and made supply runs with Amanda and Colleen, it was warm and sunny.
As mom says, "Valdez. If you don't like the weather, wait around five minutes till it changes."