We all have both. Some days are just inevitably better than others. Some are downright awesome, and some just suck. But it’s life, and we deal.
Tuesday was one of those great days for me. I woke up, enjoyed a cup of coffee (or two) with my roommate. I completed a cover letter, and sent it in for a job application. And then I baked some cookies. Yummy, yummy peanut butter cookies with a rolo inside
These guys are SO good, and really simple to make. I used a pouch of cookie mix from the store, but you can use this recipe to make them from scratch.
You just tuck a rolo into a ball of dough and bake! Ta-da!
After making those cookies and eating a
few ton, I laced up my new sneaks to head to run club. Since I recently bought these, I figure I should actually run in them…
Originally, the plan was to run the 3.5 miles to run club. But I left my apartment a bit too late and realized about half-way down The Mall that I wouldn’t make it. So, the best thing to do was to hop on the metro at the Smithsonian stop!
Then, I met some friends at a bar to watch the debate. Good times!
And then came Thursday. I woke up a little later than I had planned. And when I was ready to get dressed, I realized the pants I wanted to wear for my meeting that day, had never got washed (whoops!). Cue panicked Daphne. I finally resolved to just wear a skirt. Which I decided I needed to iron.
I got that ironed with no problem. And then, as I was folding up the iron, this happened.
Yep, caught my finger in the leg of the ironing board. Super sad face. Super throbbing finger. But, I had to move on and get out the door for my meeting.
The meeting went well (woo!) and I came back home. I sat down to do some reading and ended up falling alseep. FOR ALMOST TWO HOURS! Wah! I woke up and it was 5:30pm! And to make matters worse, my finger was still hurting! (I know, I’m such a baby)
I decided to go out for a quick run, and ended up making it a semi-speed session. It felt good to run “fast”, even if it wasn’t for very long. I was also able to clear my head a little and convince myself that I CAN do this marathon (10 days!) Then I came home to this guy. Enter foam roller.
Everyone tells me that the foam roller is good for me. But let’s be honest, it feels otherwise. But I still try to keep our relationship going. One painful roll at a time.
So to console myself, I made a nice tray of kale chips. Works like a charm every time!
What do you do to make a bad day better? Candy usually works for me, but last night, kale chips won! (well that, and some more of those cookies )