When you wake up in the morning and can't find anything to wear.
When you burn your arm with the curling iron---OUCH!
When you lock your keys in the car at school, and spend the entire lunch hour retrieving them out...not to mention feeling guilty for making someone else (my sis, in this case) miss her lunch hour too, to drive me around to find my spare.
When you spend 3 hours weaving with yarn during lab (Art for Elementary Teachers--which by the way, I vow to never make my school kids feel like they are working in a sweat shop), and your shoulders and neck are SOOOOO tense.
When you get home from lab, and get in an arguement with your fiance---and KNOW it was your fault cause you walked in the door with an attitude.
When you even your work-out is HARD.
When you feel guilty about complaining about your day cause YOU know many people are going through much much worse...and my worst day is better than their best.
Well that was my day today. I haven't had one in a while. I hate complaining! Makes me feel like a whiny kid. So here are some good things that also happened today, that NOW, after the day is almost over, I can see.
1. Because I could not find anything to wear, I put together a *new* outfit with old clothes...and got 2 compliments on it, mind you! Okay, one was from my sister and she said I looked "Springy"....I think that was compliment!
2. I got to know a girl in my class today. We had a nice conversation while waiting for my sis to bring me my spare key.
3. I made it though my run. And it's such a thrill when it's over, to know that your made it through a "hard" work-out.
4. I am just about to have dinner at Mama & Papa's (my grandparents). And that is sooooo good! We are blessed to be able to spend our Wednesday nights with them. Good conversation over really really good food. I can't wait!
Okay enough about me...Today also happened to be my friend, Kelly's, 23rd Birthday!!! So I wanna send a "shout-out" to her.
Kelly: I hope you had the most wonderfullest birthday! You deserve your 3 days off...enjoy em'. And your card/spiral is in the mail!