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Typical day at work (school)

So today was pretty typical.

I arrive at school pretty close to 7:30 -- today a little less close as I stopped at McD's for a Mocha -- that's one of the only ways I can get fluids in me that early.  I need to find a way to have hot water in my room easily and a low fat way to drink chocolate flavored caffeine.

Sometime before 8:15 I get hit with a major crisis -- today, it was letting Dell know that they didn't put decals on the new 54 computers, and how to get the Decals.  So far, I've convinced everyone in the district that Dell didn't put the decals on, and have identified which computers, but not their exact location (don't worry, they have "lo-jack" installed if they get stolen).  It took getting a phone call from them (but I didn't talk to them), and two emails to them. 

2nd period was going really well when suddenly two of my students were facing off in the middle of the room (near my projector), and a third student was trying to get them to stop.  I know I needed to

a) get help

b) stop them before something or someone got broken

Managed it, and at one point had just about every adult with a radio in the room. 

They are out until Tuesday.

So I finally ate lunch during the last half of my lunch period, at my desk, reading emails.

Didn't eat again until after my planning period, sometime after 3:30.

Notice no water got drank, okay, maybe two sips during study hall.

Ate dinner when I got home -- but since I was going to support group dinner, only ate the protein and tossed the rest.  Also drank a protein drink before I left.

Went to support group, ate the inside of a Muffeleta (and it wasn't as good as Jason's usually is), and some Jason's softserve ice cream.

Now I'm sucking on raspberry tea.

My problems -- not enough calories during the day, not enough water, and too much in the evening, but I same to be at least maintaining my weight and I was gaining about 5 pounds a week this time last year.

Also didn't get to the treadmill, but do most of the time.