If I told you how I really felt it would come out sounding like that lovable kids book called "Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No-Good, Very Bad Day", by Judith Viorst.  Haven't heard of it?  Well, since I did happen to do this book in high school for forensics and have read it about 8000 times since then, let me summerize.  Alexander goes to bed with gum in his mouth and winds up with gum in his hair, and the day just snow balls from there.  His friend picks a new best friend, his mom forgets his dessert in his school lunch, the teacher doesn't like his drawing, the dentist finds cavities only in his mouth and not his brothers, the shoe store is out of the color of tennies that he wants and there is lima beans for supper and kissing on TV and as it's getting worse and worse, he keeps saying he's having a TERRIBLE, HORRIBLE, NO-GOOD, VERY BAD day and he's going to move to Australia.  At the end, his mom, kindly tells him some days are like that, even in Australia.

So I'm having one of those days too.  We got about 3" of new snow, my fuel oil ran out early cause the furnace is on the blink and sucking more oil than it should, Rob gave me his whopper cold and while I thought I was on the rebound this weekend, it returned with a VENGENCE and I spent the day yesterday, asleep on the couch.  I finished the last of the chocolate earlier this morning,  I've got a stuffed up head and couldn't find my stampin' mojo this morning AND most distressing, my cat is missing!  So yeah, I'm having a terrible, horrible, no-good very bad day and I don't necessarily need to move to Australia, I think I would just prefer to move in with my mom.  I want my mommy!.  🙂

Since this should be a stamping blog and not Wendy Whiner's Website…I'll share my pathetic attempt at a card today.  It's pretty bad, isn't it?  I'm so congested that my brain isn't functioning…Can this card be saved?

Parker's Pattern & By the Tide