Thursday, January 04, 2007

A little cat nap....


Ever feel like that's what you need? Just a little cat nap to get yourself all refreshed and your batteries recharged?

I don't know why, but just this week I have been starting to feel a bit sleepy around midday. Unfortunately, I've got absolutely no time to doze off for a few minutes (I can't nap anyway--it totally messes up my sleep pattern). In the morning, I get everyone's breakfast made, then tidy up the house a bit. I then teach grammar and vocabulary acquisition until noon. I make lunch for the students and my husband. Teach reading, writing, pronunciation, TOEFL and SAT prep classes...then we go on an outdoor activity, and then I come home and cook supper. I also help Hubby with stuff around the farm too if he needs me.

Here's a pic of the girls (Fred and George) taking a cat nap. See how they're sprawled across the quilt my MIL made Hubby and me? *sigh* Ah.....the life of a cat :)

2 comments:

t said...

I know what you mean. Sometimes I feel like I need a good sleep-in!

japanmanpete said...

the school I work for lets me take 1 hour breaks at noon hourfor my meal. I secretly walk to my flat and sleep for a bit and have my meal and walk back to work! Sometimes Yuka makes my bento box so I don't come home. Think she's trying to tell me something? Don't sleep in the middle of the day perhaps?

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