So, normally, we're a low-key family...even with a three year old. This AM, we had a nuclear melt-down in Target. She wants to push the "shoppy-cart" now. No problem, but after not paying attention and bumping into the thirteenth end-cap, knocking stuff off, it was time to cut it out. Yeah, we were "those people" in Target this morning, if you were there too. Well, I apologize. Then we hit up Trader Joe's, no problems through the store. The cashier placed our box of nectarines on the bottom of the cart, which needs to be redesigned because right behind the Jeep box slides out, flips over, and the fruit is on the ground. Awesome! * begin sarcasm font* Thankfully the cart wrangler asked if he could take my cart. Thank you, but I did park next to the cart corral. *end sarcasm font* Not too bad, yet we had another meltdown at the County Clerk office. No wait, not there long, but she decided to sit in the red chair when we were finished...and she dug her heels in about not leaving. I actually found it quite comical looking in the other offices and seeing the "I hope they're not coming in here" looks on the employee's faces.
All that to say, it was a "difficult" morning in comparison to most of our mornings. Things have moved in a positive direction (if you care). I had help washing the Jeep, and had to help wash a tricycle and a princess bicycle.
But here's the sickeningly positive spin I'm putting on it today: If these days didn't exist, would I appreciate the days where things went as smooth? It's also like appreciating that full night of sleep you get after a long stint (or even one night) of not sleeping well. So, even if your day is junk today, I'm not going to tell you to get over it, just remember on that good day where things are swimmingly, appreciate it. Positive self-talk at it's best. I hope your day is going well, if not, well, there's tomorrow.