Where everything seems to go wrong? I called Sears today to see about the whole brand-new washer that doesn't work issueand they were rude and completely and utterly unhelpful. Quite possibly the worst customer service experience I've ever had. So not only do we have to pay to fix the lemon of a washer, we might not even be able to return noweven if it doesn't WORK.
Yesterday, I put some cranberry juice in a glass and carried it, with my dinner, into the TV room to watch Coronation Street. The bottom fell out of the glass. Cranberry juice all over the floor. Forty minutes later of mopping up, mopping down and wiping up, my feet were still sticky. And the reason for the cranberry juice? I'm pretty sure I have a UTI from either the meds or the disease, but that will be confirmed today by the super-fancy disease doctor (I hope).
Today, I found out that a package I was sending to the US via FedEx couldn't go because I needed to fill out different paperwork. That package? Has now disappeared into the etherno one knows where it is. Apparently, a driver picked it up and brought it to Customer Service. Which is where? Well, that's anyone's guess. I've been on the phone all morning with FedEx and Kinkos, where I dropped it off, and no one can find it.
And today I have to go see the super-fancy disease doctor, I'm hoping all of the crappy-ass crazy things that are happening don't translate to my visit with him because it could take hours anyway as he'll be so behind by the time I get there at 4 PM.
What do you guys to do cheer yourself up when the entire day seems to be working against you?
EDITED TO ADD: I just checked my bank statement and noticed that I've got a whopping $0.44 to my name until payday? How did that get so out of control on top of everything else?
EDITED TO ADD TO ADD: That I've just found out that my RRHB has to work on the eve of my birthday. So instead of working during the day, he's got to work at night, which means no birthday dinner for me.
Now, I'm just trying not to cry because it's been kind of an annoying day and I can't even see the humour in it. Oh wait.
No, still not funny.
EDITED TO ADD TO ADD TO ADD: That my own personal suffering and utter sense of being totally self-involved today does nothing to downplay how serious and troubling the events are in the Middle East.
Okay, I'm now going to end the longest blog post ever and stop feeling sorry for myself.