This week was CRAZY at work, a job that is normally shared by 3 people that was downsized to being shared between 2 people was just shared between 1 people this week and that people was me. I didn't go to the gym, I worked 9-10 hours a day and on 1 night got a total of 5 hours of sleep because of some sort of truck backing up for about an hour at 3am (beep, beep, beep, beep). 5 hours of sleep is a lot for like parents of a newborn or Martha Stewart or maybe Jay-Z because I imagine he doesn't sleep much (hello, married to Beyonce!) but for me 5 hours is not cool. I average 8-10 hours of sleep a night, god writing that seems like it might be a lot, oh well. So finally its Friday and I am home and because I work in Boston I get Monday off due to the marathon, sweet. Mike commented that he can always tell what day of the week it is when he is talking to me because my mood is about 75% better on Friday, hot.
I went to my Fire & Rescue banquet last weekend and we stayed overnight in Burlington, VT, I brought my new Kindle, which I hadn't really used yet. I downloaded 2 books on it and thought I might be able to read while Mike drove some of the trip, didn't happen because I drove the whole way but I was looking forward to using Kindle when I got home. But then I realized that Kindle wasn't in my bag!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WHAHAHAHAAHHAHAHAHAH. I called the hotel and they transferred me to a voicemail for housekeeping, ummm no...I just dropped a significant amount of $$$$ on Kindle I want to know where he is! (Yes its male, a gay male because he has a purple jacket) I could picture it sitting on the desk in the hotel room and yet didn't realize that until I was 4 hours away. I called back a total of 3 times only to find out that they had no idea where it was and no one would take it because they don't have employees like that, yea, sure. I left my info and hoped for a call back. I then proceded to fake cry while lying on the kitchen floor, this is of course after I threw my phone against the wall in frustration and snapped at Mike about 8000 times.
(Oh my god, I don't know why I forgot it Mike STOP TALKING!)
Discovered something wonderful about Kindle and amazon.com, they can deactivate a Kindle so that your account is no longer linked up so whomever took it won't be able to use it to download new books and have access to my account. HA!
So I called back the next morning checking on the progress and they promised to call me back and low and behold THEY did and they found Kindle. Woooooo.
And Kindle is home, safely charging and on its way to be reactivated.