I’m so frustrated I don’t even want to write right now. Everything was going great today: woke up and did yoga, learned more about it, got more time for an important assignment in class, had a successful errand run (I bought PEANUT BUTTER), edited my last required post for AIFS and sent it in, and finally got medicine to clear my ear out.
I was just getting ready to go volunteer when I got an email from the school which terrified me because it said that all of my requirements to graduate were not showing up online, but I didn’t have enough time to check it before leaving. Then, there were problems at the school today with lots of missing teachers, so I ended up working in a different classroom, which is okay, but it meant I couldn’t be with the teacher I love, and they wanted me to take over class at the end without much warning. It went fine, but it was added stress I wasn’t ready to deal with.
Then, I got home and straightened out the missing credits situation, but then got another email that was really frustrating because it showed that my requests and effort I put in before I left for Spain were ignored or overlooked. This is one of those days where it is frustrating to be so far from important things I need to take care of.
At the end of the day though, I know it’s all actually fine. It’s been stressful, but it’s okay. I got to eat eggs and french fries for dinner and then study for my literature midterm. This is what it looks like, for anyone interested in the chaos:I’m pretty overwhelmed with this test, so I’m planning to spend a lot of time studying for it this week, and I took care of all of my other responsibilities for the week today so hopefully I’ll be able to do that. I’m very tired now, though, so I’m going to relax my brain and get ready for bed. Until tomorrow.
4 replies on “Day Sixty Eight: Honestly, Stressed”
So glad you got through today. Where did you buy the peanut butter? We took ours when we went to Italy. It would be great to be able to buy it abroad. My grandson will be in Salamanca in about a month and I will tell him where he can buy it!
Hi Valerie! I think a lot of grocery stores here sell it now actually! I got mine from the market on Calle Toro (the main shopping street here, he won’t miss it). The one I bought is a little healthier and was placed with the protein bars, but there are some other options in the aisle with all the Nutella (nocilla).
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Thank you! I know when I saw him recently, we talked about marketing peanut butter in Europe. We couldn’t find it in Italy! Yes, it probably was in the Supermarkets, but we didn’t look in the one in Milan. We drove by it, but had not desire to go in! Thanks for the info!
Yes, I think it’s somewhat of a new thing! If you have any other questions feel free to ask!
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