Ok, so this isn't an "excuse"... but maybe a pick me up. If all our days were "good" how would we know they were, right? There has to be something to compare the good days to. The memory of Saturday will make the next "good" day even better!
Yep, but I was a total mess. It's one thing to have a down day, but this was seriously overkill and poor Peter didn't know what to do with me! ;-) It's just proof that we all have room to grow. But yes, having that yucky day on Saturday (dreading something that didn't even happen) made Sunday even sweeter. :-)
Oh boy, Carrie. I had one of these Friday and another (worse) one yesterday. Friday I at least held myself together till I was the only one left at work. Yesterday I couldn't do it and spent about two hours being the emotionally-unstable-and-sobbing-for-some-reason-she-can't-even-speak-long-enough-to-explain receptionist. =P I agree... thankfully He's still working on me, too. *sigh* =]
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