If you go with your husband to get his blood drawn at 7 am (because two times ago he passed out, and your 12 year old daughter was there to witness it), you might decide to put your sneakers on on the way out the door because, after all, as long as you're out, you might as well go to the gym. [and you might be late meeting your husband, who left ahead of you to get in line at the lab though because your 8 year old was up already discussing up coming auditions for the next play, so you might not even brush your hair...or your teeth]
You might make it in time to watch your husband do just fine getting his blood drawn (because he lays down now when they do it). And you might get to the quiet, uncrowded gym and make it through the arm and stomach weights and 25 minutes on the elliptical.
But when you start your car you realize the gas light has been on for a while, so you head to the gas station and fill up.
On the way to the gas station, you might notice that it is 8:40 and since you're out anyway, it might be a good day to make it to daily Mass. You call your kids and while none of them has really started on anything productive without you, they sound fine and are eating breakfast, so you tell them you're going to church and will be home in about 45 minutes.
After Mass you chat with friends for another half an hour, solving the problems of the world today.
Back in the car, you check your phone, no missed calls (this is a good thing). While reaching for the phone you notice some very overdue library CDs that you and the kids haven't even listened to (not such a good thing). Now is as good of a time as any to return them to the library.
When you pull into the library parking lot, you see all the voting signs and might even consider early voting except that you have no idea who you are voting for, so you brush that thought away. You do however see an old friend whom you haven't seen in over a year. You oogle enviously over her new baby and catch up on a year's worth of news about her growing family.
Your stomach growls all the way home because it is now after 10:30 and you still haven't eaten breakfast.
You come home to lots of "what took you so long?"s. Throw some kefir, frozen banana, chocolate instant breakfast, and dark chocolate peanutbutter in the blender. Drink it down in 3 seconds flat and find that the computer is empty so you can share your funny story with the one or two people left out there who still read your blog.
Now it's 11:00, time to start the day!