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They can't all be good days

I've been sitting here trying to figure out what to blog about without being a complete downer. Today is just one of those days.

I'm tired.

I woke up with a headache.

I feel like I look old.

And tired.

I feel fat.

And ugly.

Work is stressful.

I haven't run today.

Yep, one of those days.

Do guys have those days? Other than the obvious work stress, of course. Some days I wish I was a guy. Some days. But not most days.

I did get one smile out of the day when I looked down at my littlest bestie holding my hand as we walked into the grocery store this morning. Just looking at her makes me smile. How could it not?

Then the store was out of avocados. Figures. Seriously though, what kind of grocery store runs out of avocados?!?

Are you depressed yet?

Then tonight I saw this...



That pretty much says it all. I'll let you know how it goes!

 The Classic Wink Smiley

Comments

  1. I had a pretty crappy day too. Must be something in the water. Here's to a better day tomorrow!

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  2. My crappy day was Wednesday - ATM didn't spit out my money, Mega-hormonal headache and then I found out that my sister had lost her pregnancy. Sometimes a good cry helps too. Followed by a run.

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  3. I have days like those :( Don't worry momma's. Tomorrow is a NEW day!

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  4. It's the crappy ones that makes us appreciate the good ones right? Just like workouts! :-)

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  5. Saturday was my crappy day. I never did get my run in. I hope you did. You are so thin and beautiful it's hard to imagine you ever thinking otherwise. And seriously? Out of avocados? Seriously? Wish we were closer and could have commiserated together.

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  6. I'm having one of those days TODAY! :) And, I'm no a running hiatus. Boooo. Hope you got your run on. And I hope it helped.

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