One second everything's fine, and the next you're about to cry.
You eat out 3 nights in a row.
You have so many emails, the new ones go onto the next page.
You can't watch American Idol because you can't stand to watch the heartbreak of rejection.
You've been wearing the headphones for three hours and haven't heard a single song--because you forgot to turn on iTunes.
Your MS is in pieces and you're about to throw the laptop through the sliding glass door. Oh, and you're over your word count. Again.
The sun hasn't been shining in a week. Srsly, winter. END.
Your daughter has inherited your unibrow. Dang genetics dooming her to a life of Bert-dom and/or painful hot wax treatments.
You actually care that your daughter has inherited your unibrow. In fact, this is cry-worthy.
You lay in bed reading at all hours of the day. In your pajamas.
You buy a can of those "garnish" French-fried onion things and eat them for a meal.
How do you unwind/find yourself/achieve balance/etc. when you have days/weeks/months like this? And this totally wasn't my week, in case any of you were wondering. I know this other girl who has a unibrow. It's sexy. *wink*
But I will be