A bit defeated.

It’s like there’s this wall. On one side you have “dull” and, on the other, “spectacular.” In order to get to “spectacular,” you have to climb. But what you don’t realize is that the wall? It’s an optical illusion. It’s much higher than you realized upon first approach. And, even worse, it was built by the same sadistic people who created Wipeout, which means, as you climb, you’re unexpectedly shoved, tripped, and pummeled by unrelenting electronic arms until you violently smash face-first into a giant rubber ball before falling back to the bottom. Still on the side of “dull,” naturally.

Rest assured, I have a cure.

Irish Creme Hershey’s Kisses. Amen.

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9 Responses to A bit defeated.

  1. Gayle says:

    I think it is so funny that you have nicknamed one of your co-workers Eeyore!Thank goodness for chocolate, sometimes that's the only thing to get you through a day!

  2. Spruce Hill says:

    I would say that chocolate makes any day better!

  3. Omigosh, I gotta get me some of those. Yeah, the wall sucks, but sometimes it's not the wall, it's just one of those days. I hope yours is a day, not a wall.P.S. Where are the kisses? Are they everywhere? Even here, in the midwest?

  4. Violet says:

    Oh sweet mother of God – Irish creme kisses???? If I find them, I might as well move in at the gym.Totally with you on the wall issue. Life is smacking me around pretty good these days, too.

  5. MichelleSG says:

    Holy crap, I didn't know….

  6. Frances says:

    Ooooo, Irish Creme Kisses are news to me — and they sound wonderful!

  7. rory says:

    Every dark damn day has it's shiny tin-foily lining.

  8. your mother says:

    I like what Rory said about the damned days with their shiny tin-foily lining…or was it clouds that do that? Well, all I know is that chocolate always makes things better.

  9. WebSavvyMom says:

    –>I eat chocolate for breakfast, it's the REAL breakfast of champions.http://www.WebSavyMom.com

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