August 09, 2010

One of those days

It was a good day, but for the love of God:
  • Realized at 2:30 p.m. that my fly had been down since I got dressed in the morning

  • Tried to cap my water bottle and knocked it flying across the desk, dousing the radio and pretty much all the paper laying around

  • Took a wrong turn on the way on the way home and turned a 5-minute errand into a 40-minute construction-laden sweatfest

I think that's it ...


Anonymous buxindi said...

omg! i've had days like that. but it'll balance out. for instance, i had such an efficient and good day today that i was waiting for the other shoe to drop. i left home at 10:30, did a few errands, took a shirt back to the o.u. bookstore, ate at red lobster, went to the beach, had a great meal while watching an art lecture, and went to grandmas...even averted 2 near collisions (don't think i wasn't worried that there would be a 3rd and that that one would not be averted...but i got away with it). so all this to say that for every day like you had today, you will have one that feels like it was scripted. hope it comes soon for you so you can forget about today.

August 10, 2010 11:38 PM  
Blogger Sailor said...

yuk, somedays...

Hopin' tomorrow is better!

August 12, 2010 1:43 AM  
Blogger Adamity_Bomb_Bomb said...

What're ya, clumsy or something?


You're the most *human* bumble-bee I have ever met. And that's what makes you you.


August 21, 2010 8:58 AM  
Blogger Adamity_Bomb_Bomb said...

PS--Mom is officially a teen-aged girl. Though she often wears a pony-tail and her essence *is* of a youngin', she has never crossed back into the Land of Young until now, when she wrote "omg".

There. It's official.

We'll have to buy her bobby-socks and barrettes for Christmas.

(And I'll hook her up with a Trapper-Keeper for her birthday.)

--Ain't she cute?!--


August 21, 2010 9:04 AM  
Blogger Real Live Lesbian said...

My coffee flinging beats your water...but I worked from home, so I think you win.

October 29, 2010 5:58 PM  

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