I haven’t written a post for awhile. There are a lot of reasons. Been busy. Traveled a bit. Oh, and then there’s this – we have a new president. From the get-go please allow me to tell you, I have never been a fan of our new president. I didn’t like him from the minute he started making news – way back in the good ol’ days before he REALLY started making news.
This guy really scares me and a lot of people, as he should. He hasn’t a clue about running a hotel business, university, whatnot – let alone a country. He’s impulsive, manipulative, narcissistic, and really not very bright. If he is presidential material then I am in charge of the entire universe as I consider myself of very slightly above average intelligence thus defined as a brilliant genius in Trump terms.
So, to give you an idea of my daily life now versus my daily life before November 8, 2016 I have below a comparison of the two. If you see even a glimpse of a comparison to your life now, please let me know. I believe we are in good company. In good company, and lots of it.
My daily routine before President Trump:
6:30 am – Wake up to birds chirping outside.
6:40 am – Workout on elliptical while watching Bloodline on Netflix.
7:10 am – Stretching and firming exercises while listening to “Shut Up and Dance”.
8:30 am – Drink coffee and read the comics in the newspaper for my morning laugh.
10:00 am – Work outside in the yard among my flowers and lush green lawn.
Noon – Eat lunch on my patio.
2:00 pm – Write and work on my stories.
5:30 pm – Hubby and I meeting friends for dinner.
7:30 pm – Settle in and watch a few tv shows like Big Bang Theory and Fixer Upper.
10:00 pm – Watch The Daily Show for my political laughs and updates.
11:00 pm – Drift off to sleep dreaming of travel to distant lands.
My daily routine now:
6:30 am – Wake up from a nightmare about big orange birds tweeting (not chirping) maniacally while eating fat juicy earthworms.
6:40 am – Workout on elliptical while crying and watching Bloodline – I mean yesterday’s White House Press Conference.
7:10 am – Stretching and firming exercises while listening to CNN’s broadcast of Trump’s speech “Shut Up America, I Know What’s Best”.
8:30 am – Drink coffee and read the comics in the newspaper. Comics being every single thing said and done by Trump. Only I don’t laugh as hard. Sometimes these comics just aren’t funny.
10:00 am – Stay in. Afraid to go outside. The big orange birds are tweeting like crazy and have started to attack random people.
Noon – Eat lunch inside. The birds are building little hotel nests in my trees and giving their fat juicy worms to some vultures I’ve never seen before.
2:00 pm – Sit inside at my computer. Can’t stop reading news stories about new Trump shenanigans. Or go to a protest rally.
5:30 pm – Hubby and I eat at home alone. Either our friends have left the country or they are at a protest rally.
7:30 pm – Watch CNN and cry.
10:00 pm – Watch The Daily Show and cry.
11:00 pm – Take a Valium so that I can sleep. Drift off to a nightmare about big orange birds tweeting (not chirping) maniacally while eating fat juicy earthworms.
Well, that’s about it. They say things can change in a heartbeat. I guess I understand that. I know things have changed a lot lately. I guess it’s time for lunch. And time to see what the big orange bird is tweeting about – and what he is having for his lunch – he’s running out of worms.