I need more sleep!

I woke up this morning to the alarm clock 3 times, because somebody decided to make a snooze button. I finally gave in and got out of bed. Still, I NEED MORE SLEEP!

Today at work, we cleaned up in produce after bugging them for like a month because of remodeling there. Later, I assembled some more displays. Fun stuff. Okay.

After work, I tried to donate plasma but once again I was unsuccessful. I am now deferred again for a while.

After I got home from trying to donate plasma, my mother and I went suit shopping for my mission online. Oh how I hate clothing shopping.

Tomorrow, I have a date!

My Thoughts of WWDC2014

I woke up today at about 5:15 am, a much-needed night’s rest after the emotionally draining events of yesterday.

Today at work, I put together some signing which took me all day with some breaks to do some other odd and end tasks. I am finally able to tell that the Walmart remodel project is starting to wrap up. I do hope I can stay on past the remodel, but I’m not holding my breath.

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An I wish this was under better circumstances kind of day

I was off of work for family reasons today, so I was able to sleep in until 7am.

The morning was kind of boring, but it was nice to get to St. Mary’s Catholic Church to play their organ for a few minutes. While I was there, I performed the Happy Birthday song and published that performance on YouTube. I will use that performance for my Facebook birthday posts.

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Things happen and then it’s Monday

After this weekend’s fun-filled adventures, to wake up this morning was difficult. I’m over it.

Most of the day at work, I spent putting together product displays. Fun fun for everyone.

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Chasing Thunderstorms

June is going to be absolutely amazing. The first day of June hasn’t even ended yet and it’s been a blast. I woke up at 5:30 this morning, took a shower, turned on my computer and started arranging John Philip Sousa’s “The Liberty Bell” for organ. I want to arrange a few Sousa marches for organ before I leave on my mission.

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