Friday, October 28, 2005

Mood

"What's wrong? All of the sudden you are in a bad mood."

"Oh there is nothing sudden about it. I have been in a bad mood since I woke up."

15 comments:

Circus Kelli said...

Heh... been there, done that, will do it again later. :)

Tammy said...

Funny, that's the way I feel today too. Must be an epidemic.

kimmyk said...

Bad dream?
Sounds like someone is going to get their period. William....you about to start?

Poor poor Lauren. I hate it when Honey gets his period every month....I can hardly be around him.
I don't know why you guys just can't be nice and pleasant like us women 30+ days a month. Would it be that hard ya think???
Give Lauren my best in this time of need.

Circus Kelli said...

Hee, KimmyK -- yeah, why can't they just "Not be like that?!"

Effie said...

You need a little sugar on your cereal this morning, sweetie--it's Friday--no more grumblin!

No_Newz said...

I'm hoping the weekend brings happy moods all around. :)
Lois Lane

Island Jen said...

i heard that if you smile (smile really hard) into a mirror for 10 minutes, you can't help but cheer up.
I'd cheer up watching you do the exercise...
Hope the day gets better!

Candace said...

Who's in the bad mood?

lawnwhisperer said...

what's all the fuss about? Wives are always in a bad mood. The only time they're in a good mood is when you take the kids out of their way for a while. Then, you're not there to see the good mood, so it really doesn't count.

eclectic said...

The only response would have been to say, "Oh. Well, would you like to be in a good mood all of a sudden?" Said with a wink and a nudge, it's highly effective. Not that I'd know from personal experience...

Kari said...

:(

Jewl said...

It's the weekend, cheer up!

Suzanne said...

Hey, I'm a wife and my husband will vouch for me that I'm not "always in a bad mood". I use the "pick your battles" technique. Why would the wives be in a good mood if their husbands take their kids away for them? I love having my daughter around and think that Dads should be spending time with their children anyway, not because the wife wants them "out of the way".

kalki said...

Sometimes I'll have a dream that Rob did something that upset me, and then the rest of the day I'm annoyed at him, because of the dream. And he'll be like, "You know, I didn't ACTUALLY do that. IT WAS A DREAM." And while I can understand that intellectually, I'm still in a bad mood.

LizzieDaisy said...

Gee, that's never happened to me. And must be a guy thing... I'm fine, he comes home, all hell breaks loose, then I get the "Why are you always in a bad mood?!" I can say however, that "I was fine until you got home" is not the appropriate answer. Just comes out wrong. :)