Another ridiculously busy weekend.
On Friday, three of us ended up at Rocky Run, where somehow 7:15 turned into 1am and plans to meet up with different friends later were lost.
Saturday morning was spent mostly recovering until I had to attend the difibbrilator training across town. That particular training was just fine, but unfortunately I also had to sit and work through the entire 4-hour CPR course that I took less than a year ago; the defibbrilator training was tacked onto it. It's good to know how to use it, though, and the presenter who I had both times is really good. Did you know that the Baltimore City Public Schools are the first to have four difibbrilators in every high school in the state? They're working on middle schools. It's nice to be ahead of the game in something, for once.
Straight from class, I zipped across from way-west Baltimore to southeast Baltimore, where I arrive at 4:40 (40 minutes) late to my second job, waiting tables in Fells Point. It turned out to be a very busy night; we were pounded hard from 5pm on, and by 8pm, I was exhausted, because, with the class, it just felt like I had worked a double. I also kind of had a mediocre night with my tables, I felt, as I was seated very heavily for a stretch of 15 minutes or so and just couldn't keep up with everything. Still, everyone seemed happy and I made a lot of money.
I was at the restaurant until 2am, and then had to work at 9:30am the next day, and, with the time change, that meant just a few hours of sleep. But I made it there, almost on time, and worked until about 3 and came home and took a nap. Now, I'm ready to pack like crazy for the rest of the afternoon and evening. No gym trip for me this weekend, unfortunately. I need to be out by Thursday, but probably will pay the extra rent and be out by Sunday.
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