Wednesday, May 25, 2011


Yesterday was not a good day for me. Yesterday was a good day for me.

Don't you love contradictory statements? Its kind of like that picture of the sky. Its actually a picture of the roof of a car and you can just see the sky reflected in it.

Yesterday, I got to go and see my little sister at her middle school science fair, I successfully scrunched my hair, and after I brought my sister home I got to go outside and play with my other little siblings! However, before, after, and in between those experiences things went to you know where... I missed a meeting, I went to another meeting that lasted for two and a half hours when it was supposed to last for one, I had leftover spaghetti for lunch, I bombed a test, almost-bombed another, ate a really bad taco for dinner, got a call that I am supposed to come to a graduation that I have nothing appropriate to wear to, and fell asleep in my beautifully scrunched hair still full of product so when I woke up this morning, it looked pretty whacked out.

That was my yesterday in 191 words. Now here's my yesterday in six words:
I can't wait until summer break.

PS I realize that was a rather disheartening (a word here meaning demoralizing or discouraging) post. I'll try to post something happy tomorrow. :) I need a flop day. Its much easier to write about when things go wrong rather than when things go right. I think thats partly why Murphy's Law exists, for writers. That's why all the greatest stories are tradgedies.

1 comment:

  1. That's okay, people like reading about crummy days--makes us feel better that we're not alone. We should know that already, but we still like reading about it.