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Had a bad day

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Rico08 Fri 23-Nov-12 11:32:42

Do you have those days where everything seems against you. I had one on Wednesday......

Making sons packed lunch - put bread for sandwiches in toaster, realise when it's half toasted. Get more bread out, go into dining room to look for butter, stand for few minutes realise fridge is in kitchen !

Time to drop DS at kids club but cannot find house keys frantically search house still nowhere to been seen, (dh gone to work & taken his, no spare set!) Have to leave house by climbing over junk in garage and going out garage door.

Drop Ds at morning club, helper hands me letter saying I owe them money, tell her (firmly but politely) that I had paid by cheque, she says I haven't. I insist that I have, look at letter and realise it's for this school term, I had paid last term blush I apologise and leave quickly.

Get home from kids club realise I cannot get back in house to drop car keys off for hubby as I do not have house or a garage key. Then I miss the train for work.

Arrive at hospital for appointment, have a Bp test & blood pressure is sky high, I wonder whyhmm have to go to day unit to be monitored. Finally drops and can go home. All I wanted to do was go home and put my feet up...... Train home delayed by 30 minutes.

4year old ds home from school and wants to know if baby's popped out.

At least Thursday was a better day smile

LadyMaryCrawley Fri 23-Nov-12 11:49:45

Poor you sad

But as Anne of Green Gables once said, "Tomorrow is a new day with no mistakes in it!"

Hope you have a better day today brew

Rico08 Fri 23-Nov-12 11:54:42

Thank you, was quite stressful but can look back & smile now.

Just baby brain with the bread/toast smile

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