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Another day...why can't I just be happy with what I do

Monday, March 01, 2010

I wrote out my blog....and now it's gone... :( :( I'll try to recreate it but I'm pretty upset.

I was writing for two reasons but I'm just going to write about my day and recreate the rest tomorrow.

I wasn't particularly productive at work. I did what I was supposed to and edited Aleks's essay for him however I still feel like I should have done more. I don't know what more I should have done. I have been cleaning my apartment (specifically my kitchen) every time I have been home. I also interviewed a special educator for one of my classes. So overall a pretty good productive day. I don't know why I can't just be happy with that. For some reason I feel the need to get upset over what I maybe sorta could have done more. Sigh...
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    4172 days ago
  • TAMSPARKLESTOO
    Some days are just like that. It's like a rut that's hard to get out of. I know I've had my share. Oh wait! I'm in one right now. LOL

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    4173 days ago
  • LISADIVI
    Some days just feel like that. I know it's lousey, but it does get better. Wishing you a better day today!

    4173 days ago
  • WILDRICE99
    I agree with Embi. We just have those days sometimes...and we press on hoping tomorrow will bring the sunshine... emoticon
    4174 days ago
  • POLK-A-DOTS
    I wish I had something witty, (or at the very least intelligent), to say...but I don't....Sometimes I think we set our expectations for ourselves way out of reach, and then beat ourselves up for not reaching farther, or trying harder.....

    We are just who we are. We are only capable of so much....Focus on acceptance....

    ~Embi
    4174 days ago
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