First you wake up. Okay, that’s a bit obvious, but you can hardly start the day asleep, right?!
Then, do the things you normally do to get your brain in gear.
Next thing, get ready for work.
Grab everything you need to get you through the day, and head out the door.
Climb in your car, turn on some music if you want, and follow the road to work.
Remember all those things you were taught while learning to drive? Lights on, keep to the speed limit, check your mirrors, keep your eyes open, concentrate . . . I confess to sinking into deep thoughts while driving. The wind coming in through the air vents and open window, my natural hair dryer, helps to keep me alert.
Ah, yes – do remember to swivel your head from side to side occasionally to check those blind spots.
Eyes front again. A quick glance in the rear view mirror, and the “unfortunate” benefit of seeing out of the corner of your eye . . .
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. . . stalking upside down on the roof of the car, scarily close to a still damp head . . .
Yep, the heart is really kicking it up now!
Phew. At least I made it to work in one piece. Not sure if the spider is still alive after that good whack, with the help of the car radio, that sent it on a collision course with the window on the passenger side. I will have to check before starting the drive home tonight.
Never fear when the car radio is near 😉
Have a fun day everyone!