Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Why are some days harder than others?

I don't have an answer to this question-if I did I'd write a book, make a million dollars and retire. But some days just start out harder than others. Some days, like today, even start out rough before I even crawl out of bed.

It's never a good sign when you wake up and thing "Oh crap, another day."

I've pretty much been like that my entire life. I'm not a spring out of bed and great the day with a song and a cup of tea kind of person. Even in a hotel, with no dogs to feed, no clutter to confront, etc, I still really dread crawling out of bed.

Perhaps that's why I was late being born-2 weeks according to family lore. Why leave a warm comfortable spot for the messy world?

7 comments:

Forever Young said...

yup, i truly hate days like this..they usually follow really good one...wish we could turn back the clock sometimes.

Forever Young said...

some nights when i flop into bed i think to myself 'well thank god that day's over'....and put it behind me!

Mim said...

I kind of like day's like this as I can then figure that another one won't happen quickly. I love to get into bed after a lousy day and think, as FY does, "well, that's done with! - thank goodness"

Michele said...

I just realized today that I'm waiting for my life to get easier. Every day seems difficult to me and I'm waiting for things to get easier ... but I honestly don't see that happening anytime soon unless I win the lottery.

Debra Kay said...

Well, this day was the day that I faced up to Uncle John's worsening condition and began to think about what to do next. I hadn't planned for it-but it just worked out that way and the looming feeling went away. Sometimes that doom loom feeling is really your subconcsious tickling you to face something. Other times its probably an impending astroid impact or something like that.

Forever Young said...

don't you just hate those people who say' cheer up, it may never happen'.

Debra Kay said...

Yes I do. I always want to fling back "now there's an idea, why didn't I think of that?" That's right up there with "we have to learn to eat in moderation"..."yes WE do, but your constant harping on the topic makes me want to dive face first into the cool whip."

Aren't helpful people just the shits sometime?