Had a bad day… or week… or month

Bad days suck. Period. No ifs, ands, or buts about it. It feels like once I have one bad day, they just seem to continue forever.

This song is playing in my head. It is kind of disheartening that it is what is stuck in my head:

Where is the moment we needed the most
You kick up the leaves and the magic is lost
They tell me your blue skies fade to grey
They tell me your passion’s gone away
And I don’t need no carryin’ on

You stand in the line just to hit a new low
You’re faking a smile with the coffee to go
You tell me your life’s been way off line
You’re falling to pieces every time
And I don’t need no carryin’ on

Cause you had a bad day
You’re taking one down
You sing a sad song just to turn it around
You say you don’t know
You tell me don’t lie
You work at a smile and you go for a ride
You had a bad day
The camera don’t lie
You’re coming back down and you really don’t mind
You had a bad day
You had a bad day

Pet peeves are not good, however, we all have them and there is nothing we can do about them.  Mine, you ask? I have two. 1) When people say they are going to do something, then they don’t do it. (even I am guilty of this every now and then… sadly) 2) When people like to annoy me just to annoy me. This last one, I detest.

On hate  more positive side of  things, I think my streak of bad luck has finally come to a halt as of yesterday. Here is the story of how the luck started, and may has turned around. About three or four weeks ago my phone’s screen  broke when it fell. At first I was angry, and rightfully so. I dropped that phone so many times, and I only had myself to blame. On the positive side, my phone still had insurance on it from Turkey, so after spending a Saturday cleaning out the overgrown garden, I got a replacement. Now this wasn’t too bad. I though to myself, “This isn’t too bad. Life isn’t out to get me right now. This is just a little bump in the road, and things will get better.” Oh, how I was wrong. Over half of my 1,000 pictures of Turkey memories were stuck on my phone. My computer wouldn’t get them off because I had to use to screen to approve that it was really connected. All in all, it was a pretty crappy situation that made me have a break down in the middle of the Verizon store wen they told me they couldn’t do anything. Saturday changed everything, though. We went to a little fix-it store, and the man that was there (who just so happened to be incredibly cute (;) preformed a miracle, he got my pictures off my phone. I have never given a most sincere “Thank you” before then. I wanted to hug him.

We all have our ups and our downs, and I have definitely had my fair share, but they are all just part of every day life we all have to take head-on. You know the saying “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.” I have learned this time, and time again, and I think I will just keep learning.


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