Today was one of those days where nothing went exactly right but nothing went so wrong that the whole day was a wash. And yet I was cranky for most of it. I let all the little things get to me, leaving me feeling frustrated and powerless. And now, while my day is (thankfully) ending on a good note, I still thought I’d share this lovely song by Winterpills, “Cranky.” While the song title would lead you to believe this is an angry song, it’s actually sweetly, hauntingly beautiful, with lyrics that not only speak to me, but speak for me, as well.
12:19PM. Today is one of those days. Nothing particularly bad has happened, but I’ve been in one hell of a mood all day. I’m in full-blown superhero bitch mode. Going to grab a solo lunch, read Eat, Pray, Love, and see if my mood improves any. Failing that, I’ll be looking for chocolate.
1:15PM. Wrapping up lunch. At my desk. The restaurant I wanted to eat at was too busy by the time I got there, so I grabbed some lackluster fast food and came back to the office. Bah.
2:41PM. Woohoo! I entered my name in a drawing here at work yesterday, and I just got notified that I won two Regal movie passes and $50 to be donated to the charity of my choice. Who did I pick? I asked that the $50 be split between Pit Bull Rescue Central and Bless the Bullys, which is Tennessee-based. I chose them on behalf of Caleb, of course, and all his mistreated brethren.
10:09PM. Nothing like a quiet evening watching a horror movie from Netflix with the pets to get you ready for bedtime. Most notable thing about watching Last House on the Left? That I was able to watch it uninterrupted. Rich and I never get to watch anything uninterrupted — the phone rings, the cats have a fight, the dogs bark or start juggling to get our attention. I tell you, tonight’s DVD viewing was a historic event.
Now if I could just figure out why TiVo didn’t record the new episode of Rescue Me tonight. Good thing it repeats at 12:08AM. How I forgot to include this show’s title sequence in my post about title sequences is beyond me, so here it is: