You ever have one of those days when you know God must be joking? I can picture Him now … sitting up there on a cloud having tea with St. Christopher … He’s probably choked on His English Breakfast a few times from all the laughing he’s been doing. Don’t get me wrong here—I’m glad, honored really, to provide the big guy with a little humor today but enough already—can’t He move on and torment some other poor soul?
I mean all I wanted to do was go for a nice, long run! And it’s raining. Not just raining but raining like I’m sure Noah is probably scanning the earth for the missing unicorn and all the other animals that never got on the ark the first go around.
For fear of sounding like one of the million bloggers that blog only to retell their daily tales of woe, I am going to resist the urge to blab on about all the crap that’s already happened today (at this ripe hour of 8:47 a.m.)—BUT—if someone would humor me (not you God, I’ve had enough of your little pranks today) and tell me why everything crappy has to happen in one day, I’d love to hear from you.
I need my run!! It’s the way I recharge my days. My week. My brain. My attitude.
OK. OK. In God’s defense, I suppose maybe it’s best to get it all over with in one full swoop—I mean why bless me with a week full of semi-crappy days when you can have one? All the same, I think I’m going to forego getting the mail later today … God only knows what heavenly news might be delivered on this oh, so lovely day. And now, I’m off to run in the rain. Oh, and if I spot a unicorn, I’ll be sure to let you all know about it tomorrow. Cheers!
Today’s post inspired by the Daily Prompt: Recharge.