No, you don't have to worry about me, but as I was logging on and all the other blog titles were scrolling through as they do, this title popped up and just seemed applicable - caught my eye and made me laugh!
As I've shared on David's page, we face unique challenges and significantly large time pressures this semester.
OK, so we know that's coming, and we're gearing up. I had thought today would be an open day for me to get a serious and necessary jump on the beginning of my semester, and I had been COUNTING on this being the case. The day was entirely open except for just a couple of little things to be taken care of - should have been minimal time expenditure involved - maybe involving a total of half an hour combined. Um . . . NO.
They took from 9am until 4pm pretty much, and my frustration built to such a level over these things that should have taken moments and took hours that now that I AM home I can't focus on my work.I was tempted today to use this space as full-on therapy for myself by listing each and every item that should have gone right that went wrong, but I know you have your own experience of "one of those days." So, instead of writing specifics, I am including this very appropriate comic that I'm sure we can all relate to.
(I must say, when David called to see if things were going better this afternoon and told me he had been praying for me I told him it was all still going wrong, but then I remembered that although I'd been out driving I had not been in an accident, so not EVERYTHING that could have gone wrong did.)