Mama said there'd be days like this....

I cried.

Today, at the end of a very challenging day, I placed my head in my hands and I cried like a baby.

Then after I pulled myself together, I went out and did what any NORMAL person after a horrible, no good, very bad day would do.

I went shopping.

Now, I'm taking two of the above, hopping in the tub and listening to this....

And, as I like to point out every single day at the end of the day, tomorrow really is a new day.


Lyn Goff said...

Sorry about your horrible day (but some days are like that). I love the dress. Maybe you should add a fashion section to your blog (for other teachers over 50 - there are so many cute babies showing us what they wear to school:)

♥ Braja said...

Well, honey, you're either floatin' in the bath water (in which case YOU are feelin' ok, but I don't know how anyone else will feel about that), or you're up and reading this and some of "the above" is floatin' in you, which means all is well....xoxoox

Anonymous said...

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Brian Miller said...

you know it is the king book i am most envious of...you will have to tell me how it is...but dont spoil it...it is on the list when i get the money to make myself feel better too...smiles.

i was at a training the second half of the day and sounds like my kids really showed their asses to the sub...so gotta pick up the pieces in the morning...

Jan's Sushi Bar said...

I'm so sorry to hear about your horrible day, but there's little that some Ben and Jerry's Karamel Sutra can't make better. And you are going to LOVE "Doctor Sleep." I just finished it last night and...well, you're going to LOVE it, fellow Stephen King stalker.

He winters in Florida these days, you know.

santastu said...

It's 5-30 in the morning here,
Starting it with your Van Morrison track,

Thank you

Japolina said...

I hope today is better Vodka Mom!



Anonymous said...

Sorry that it was Monster Monday for you. You can turn today around and be proud of yourself. Reach into the tank again and go for it.
Sandra Boynton who wrote the book "Don't Let the Turkeys Get You Down" also said
“The greatest tragedies were written by the Greeks and Shakespeare...neither knew chocolate.”
― Sandra Boynton

Add a little chocolate?

Regular Reader

Mocadeaux said...

I'm hoping today was a better one. (I always say, the real story is in the tags. Glad the love life is going well!)

Gigi said...

Sweetie, it sounds like you know the perfect remedy for bad days. A few tears, a little retail therapy, chocolate wrapped in ice cream, a new book by an excellent author and a nice hot bath.

Hope today was much better. And I'm envious of that book; I talked myself out of it on Sunday - and am now kicking myself. I will definitely have to go back and get it now!

Ms. Are said...

Students are such jerks ... then the next day the come to school and tell us "I love it when you shower," and you're laughing so hard you're crying again. We have hard jobs, enjoy that hot bath.

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