Crying Over Everything But Spilled Milk

Today is my day off. The last time I had a day off, it didn’t go so well. Actually neither day off last week went well. Last night I went to bed planning to make today a super productive, great day. Just one problem, I didn’t wake up feeling the same way as I did when I went to bed.

It’s barely Noon here on the East Coast and it’s been a highly emotional day.

(I know what some of you may be thinking…                                                                                            

it’s not the time of the month, and even if it were I am not the emotional type)

For the past week I have been an overly emotional human being.

Crying Over Everything But Spilled Milk:

  1. My foot injury and how limited I am.
  2. Because my 5k is less than 3 weeks away now.
  3. The stitches in my thumb, seeing all the bruises and scars. Reminding me what I lost.
  4. That my mom and I are no closer than we were 10 years ago.
  5. When I listen to music.
  6. When I hug my dog.
  7. That my plane ticket to Minnesota can’t be a one way ticket.
  8. That I have been stuck in my healthiness journey since January.
  9. Every time I open my closet doors.
  10. That 2 years ago I was laid off from a job most young designers would kill for.
  11. That despite some part time work here and there it took me 2 years to find a job I can grow in.
  12. That I am almost 26 and I feel stuck in life and my education.
  13. That the world can be such an evil place sometimes.
  14. That I don’t get to see my extended family in Italy as often as I wish I could.
  15. That my real friends might not know how much I love, cherish and value them.

Most of you know me pretty well, and should know I am not normally an emotional wreck. Since last Wednesday and Thursday I have been on this emotional roller coaster. Today I just wanted to let it out.


In attempts to have a better day my agenda is: to get busy cleaning and organizing. Later I will take the doggies for a swim in the pool — and work on my tan so I will actually look like a Floridian when I arrive in Minnesota. I have a blog in the works for tomorrow, and maybe I can get another step closer to mastering WordPress. Tonight I can look forward to baseball and chatting online with a few good friends! 😉

Thanks for reading my Debbie Downer post. Don’t forget to leave me your blog address so I can add you to my reader and come stalk you too. 😉

Little do you know, but you have cheered me up already!


8 thoughts on “Crying Over Everything But Spilled Milk

  1. Kristi

    We have those overly emotional times. It sounds like you’ve really been through a lot lately, so your allowed to cry if you need to. We’re all here for you!

  2. Mariah

    I’m sending you an internet hug! Just know, this time will pass and things WILL look up. We are all here to support and help you.

  3. myfizzywater

    Just found you through another blog – they’ve updated your new address!

    I had a broken foot when I first started my healthiness journey and now that it’s totally healed I’m scared but taking it slow. I understand how powerless it can feel and the pain can be unbearable. You WILL make it through better, and slowing down is important so you can ensure your foot will be okay forever!

    You can do this!


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