Tuesday, March 24, 2009

29 Hour Days

It seems that I can only get in a cameo appearance these past few weeks to Blogland. During the week, I'm busting butt at work and once I get home I'm exhausted.

I actually fell asleep on the couch yesterday after work, in my running cloths! BEFORE I went for my run.......... Is that crazy or what?

I think the six hours of sleep just isn't enough for all of the running and exercising that I'm trying to do.

So I am officially adding on five additional hours to the day! This will not have an effect on the television show 24.......

I can do whatever I please with these five hours and half of them will be daylight hours with the other half being night time.

So go out and enjoy your 29 hour days and thank me later.

9 comments:

Melanie said...

I've been waiting for someone to add extra hours to the days! THANKS!! LOL

Jodie said...

Ah, thank you. I really do need those 5 hours.

And you definitely need more sleep than 6 hours. Give your body some time to recover!

And eww...I could never fall asleep in my running clothes on the couch. First of all, my husband would never even let me get that close to any furniture after I've been running. Second, I think rigamortis would set in.

Marlene said...

Ohhh, that would be SO nice!

LOL @ the 24 comment.

Kim said...

Just as long as you're sure you're not gonna mess Jack Bauer up.

Carly said...

I love your idea. I could use an extra 5 hours and I would love an extra 5 hours of Jack Bauer.

Katie said...

Ahhh, I feel your pain. At least you managed to get your running gear on before falling asleep -- I'm usually conked out on the couch before I can even change out of my work clothes. Let me know how that extra time works out for you! :-)

L*I*S*A said...

I like the idea!!

Lily on the Road said...

I'm with you, but geezzz big guy, if you're falling asleep before your run....you're working too hard!!

Runner Leana said...

Yes!! I could definitely use a 29 hour day! Just as long as work days are still 8 hours though, right?

 
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