Only two parts of my day were crappy. And even those parts weren’t particularly crappy, and they are mostly only crappy at all because of my reaction to them, not because of anything that actually happened. So by the time I got home, those two little, pretty-much-inconsequential things (both mistakes on my part) were so big — dark lenses through which I saw not only today, but also tomorrow and the next ten years or so.
Why do I do this?
Good things today: Ripe cherries. Moving through orders at work like freaking rock stars (if rock stars were as good at Photoshop and cataloging as they were at being rock stars). Excellent dentist appointment. Lovely clean teeth. Comfort food for dinner. Reading two great books (Infinite Jest and Because They Wanted To by Mary Gaitskill).