Photo of deflated margarita glass balloon

This is basically how I felt at the end of the day. I worked on something at work and got frog-stomped because of the quality of that work. So I felt pretty down and ended up staying later to take care of the problem areas. This I realize now was my fault. I should have been much more focused and thorough. I was pretty upset with myself so I stayed to get it fixed. It was on my mind the whole way home.

I ended up getting home and taking out the Wii Sports to play a little Boxing. My controller was dead. I guess I used up all the batteries last night when I was playing Zelda. So I picked another controller. It wasn’t mine and I could tell. You are probably saying to yourself, “Drew all the Wiimotes are the same, exactly the same”. Yes, they are however I have a silicone wrap on mine and it feels so much more comfortable and sturdy in my hand. But I still made pro in boxing. It took me about 20 straight matches and I ended up losing twice. But in the end, after 45 minutes I was made Pro.

The picture is of a balloon that my friend got for Christmas. Balloons are not allowed at work so he put it in the coat closet. It is now March. And I love the fact that every day when I hang up my coat this giant margarita glass is there on the floor. It makes me laugh to myself because I can count on it being there, looking sadder and sadder.

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