Mine went something like this:
I am going to take this opportunity to slack off tonight. Then I may go whet the edge of my axe.
An awesome guest will be here tomorrow, so that will be more fun than I am right now.
See you all tomorrow.
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Sorry you had a rough day. Hope the night is better.
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I’m telling my story to my good friend Jim Beam. He seems to get it. Some of the events from today could make it into a story one day.
Reminds me that I have his friend Jack around here somewhere. Though I have a long day tomorrow, so I need to behave tonight.
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Seems like Jack is pretty patient.
That was kinda like my day. Please accept my condolences for your awful day!
Things happen, life goes on. Pull up a stool, I’m telling Jim Beam all about it.
Yep. Everything is better with a few hours distance and a friend like Jim.
Sharpening your ax, eh? How about passing around some JB and we get Lisa to sharpen it for you? 😉 Seriously, I hope you had a relaxing evening and are ready to tackle tomorrow.
She gets so hung up on perfect angles and such that it takes her forever. Still, with a couple more of these I may not care.
Ugh. I hate days like that. Hopefully, you won’t have another awful one for quite some time. They do have a habit of creeping up when you least expect them. At least for me.
I was probably due. I’m off tomorrow and looking forward to my task list.
Work was actually the best part of my day until I went to bed. Tuesday was crap, too. Today has to go better, right?!? Hope so 🙂
I think it about has to.
I’d thought the same thing about Wednesday…
STILL HOPING! lol
Oh dear – sorry you had such a rough day 😦
It happens. Today is better, but it almost had to be.
Well, I’m glad to hear today is better for you 🙂
Hope things get better!!
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