Historically, I've been of the persuasion that it's only a bad day if you make it one. I still hold to that idea with some degree of determination, but I'll admit that things just suck now and again. Somewhat counterintuitively, I've found that my worst days make me more appreciative of everything, therefore I can reflect on them warmly. With that, it's been a horrible week and here's what would cross my mind on the long walk home:
Well, here's to tomorrow and positive energy. Have a good one.
- Guelph is a very pleasant city. I'm grateful for the wonderful experiences I've had here. Also, get a load of the UK streets that surround Exhibition Park. I like to think of all the happy families in happy homes as I prance by.
- Friendly bus drivers are super. It's ok when they're not friendly though - I understand.
- My mom is the best lady in the whole world. (I bet yours is too. The superlative is magic here.)
- Running: maintaining my sanity since May 1, 2010.
- I'm very thankful for my health. I should be kinder to my knees. Where would I be without them?
- Just go to bed. It's not worth it.
- Tea and a good album can go a long way.
- Being young is great, not least because there are so many people older and wiser than me.
- I can really appreciate routine manual labour. There's something peaceful about it.
- Take joy in small accomplishments. Reading two pages on the bus is better than reading no pages on the bus.