A TYPICAL MONDAY MORNING
By Luther Kazungu
| November 23rd 2016
Sunday nights waking up for Monday, are usually the shortest ever, day break comes so quickly. I usually set my phone alarm at exactly 7 am but we both know I get out of bed at 7.50 am for a class that is scheduled at 8 am and this is how it all goes down.
As I said my alarm is set at exactly 7 am to get ample time to prepare for an 8 am class but there is a reason as to why there is a snooze time in any alarm activated device, so I personally usually have to do this. So the moment I hear my first alarm ring I open just one eye just enough to allow me reach my phone and set a snooze of a 30 minutes interval.
One funny thing about trying to get up for a Monday morning class is that even if you open your eyes for one minute you can still close them up and get sleep, in fact ample sleep because that's when sleeping just gets so sweet, weird, I know.
So after those 30 minutes of snooze which usually feels like 2 minutes I calibrate the same; open one eye and add a 20 minutes snooze to achieve my 7.50 am goal, which is even worse because it feels like half a minute and adding insult to the injury you have to get out of bed, which is frankly the hardest part.
Actually after waking up at 7.50 am nature kicks in, that is being a guy, because we don’t dress to kill, we dress to leave, so I quickly freshen up and sometimes carry my comb and do the rest on the way as I rush to class. But what suffers the most is my room, first my bed is not made, all my cosmetics are all over the table, my drawers left wide open and my pajamas on the floor. What a mess.
But that's for my room but personally the worst that can happen is getting to class without brushing my teeth, yeah really WEIRD.
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