"Love is not blind-
it sees more, not less.
But because it sees more,
it is willing to see less."
- Julius Gordon
(borrowed from my friend mike's status...)
Today felt like the longest day ever.
Have you ever had those days? where everything seems to not go well? That was my day.
It probably started last night as I agonized over how to put my thoughts into an email. I finally finish it - waited to send it so the recipient would not accidentally stumble over it before getting off work. I pushed the send button and went to take out my contacts. As I pried - literally pried - my contacts off my eyeball - I had the fleeting thought, "this is not a good sign." My eye INSTANTLY turned bright pink...
For the past two months I thought I just had allergy problems, because the pollen this season has been off the charts. and perhaps that snowballed it - but spring allergies are basically no more in sunny - hott - Vegas. So last night - I was sure this could not be the case. I went to crawl in bed and read hoping my eyes would stop hurting so. They did not. In fact - I could HARDLY open them. As I received my few last texts from him - probably for the next few days - I just wanted to cry b/c the light from the phone was killing me. wait - I did cry - involuntarily.
So that is how I started my day - before I had even woken up my eyes hurt. and they hurt all day. Watering at will. which leads everyone to ask if I am okay - ha!
Then I had to type in 150+ checks - which I accidentally kept hitting the 'auto-fill' button. One would think this would make it easier - NO! you have to put them in order, and that just messes the system all up. some easy 10 min. task took me an hour - with someone else coming over and doing it b/c I was seriously on the verge of tears.
then I got 100 more checks from one person. Yeah I was ready to cry at that business. but no biggie - I conquered that one!
and then the day just drug on. on and on and on.
BUT tomorrow will be better -- because the
"sun will come up - tomorrow.
bet your bottom dollar that tomorrow -
there'll be sun."