Touch of Grey will, well, touch upon the rainbow that is life. Good music, good times, and good friends combine to make all the splendid colors. Touch of Grey will celebrate this beautiful rainbow.

Thursday, August 18, 2011

Days Like This Should Come With A Warning Label!

Seriously. How much can one chick take?

Workplace woes. Sick kitty in the hospital. Crummy music on the radio. Workplace woes. NOTHING on TV to speak of. Unexpected crises. And workplace woes.

Oh, and did I mention workplace woes?

Some days are just like that, I suppose.

So, how do YOU cope with rotten days. You know, the kind where it seems not only did you get out of the wrong side of the bed, but where you shouldn't have gotten out of bed AT ALL.

You know my answer. Music. Not the crapola I've heard all day on the radio, mind you,  but MY kind of music. That, and good friends. I'm thankful those friends have sturdy shoulders. Those really come in handy.

Share some of your day brighteners here. I would love to hear them!  Whether it's your child's smile, a kind word somebody spoke to you today, whatever. The carrot at the end of my stick is online conversations with friends, playing with my kitties, and being with my fam at the end of the day. I might even try to sneak in a piece of chocolate later.

Hey, I think my day's getting a little better already!


Edith Ann said...

One word, Sugar---iPod.

I started with the iPod Shuffle, and this past Christmas, the best children in the world--mine!--gave me an iPod Nano. I travel with my job, and I have satellite radio. But I listen to my iPod probably 90% of the time.

When I'm at home, or in my office, since I carry the ear buds with me, I can listen, too.

I'm going to try uploading a book to listen to next.

Mike said...

EA is right take your music with you..... When I get frustrated at the VA(daily) I write a blog to relive that frustration... Maybe that's why I write so many blogs...:-)

I know the feeling; that's why I'm getting the hell out of town, I love my city but it's not always perfect or the place to be.