Rough Day

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Today was not my favorite. Nothing happened, but I was in a funky mood, and fell into my spiral of worrying about whether I’m a good person. Do other people do that? Is that a common worry? Things turned around after work though with an awesome spinning class (I didn’t cheat nearly as much as usual, and so it was extra challenging. And I only had one contact lens in, which probably didn’t make it any more difficult, but was challenging in its own way. My eyes are so dry today, I’m totally chia-ing them up tonight) and a delicious brenner (breakfast for dinner. A scrambled egg with broccoli and cheese, and two strips of Lillian’s vegetarian bacon that she left behind when she went to school. Kind of reminiscent of dog treats, but so delicious), and finished my lab homework at a decent hour, with 100%! That may not seem very impressive, but this homework was on all the stupid parts of the skull, and I’ve really been struggling with it. I think I’ve turned a corner though, so fingers crossed. So today turned out ok. I just need to be patient. One of the things that made me cranky today was that someone I know from school posted on Facebook that they found a kickass apartment, and they’re moving in with their girlfriend, and I’m 22 and living at home and working at my mom’s office, and so I was jealous. I want to be a grown-up too. It’ll happen though, and for now I’m where I need to be.

On a brighter note, I’ve decided to steal the idea of Music Mondays from Zoe, at Zoe and the Beatles, so here’s my first selection. This song was on Being Erica, and I totally love it. It’s slightly cheesy, but I’m just shouting into the abyss anyway, so why not admit to liking things that make me happy?

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About turntowardsthesun

I'm a 23 year old Smith College grad, living in Buffalo, NY, and trying to figure out my life. I love to cook, and craft, and work out, and this blog follows my adventures while I do all of those things and more. Enjoy!

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  1. I hated life a wee bit yesterday (as evidenced by my blog post perhaps) so I totally feel ya.
    Don’t worry about still being at home though. I hated my parents after high school so I never moved back home and now I regret it. You really get to know your parents in a different way when you’re all adults – it’s awesome. Plus, rent is a SOB. Seriously.

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