So there I am, being a crazy irrational person over this outfit that didn't quite fit right, and my husband, bless his heart tells me "You look great. You're not fat. You're beautiful." He was trying, but nothing in the world was going to fix the fact that that size two outfit used to fit, but now it doesn't. Well, nothing short of buying a new outfit that fit and made me feel and look fabulous.Thank the good lord for moms who always know best because she text me and asked me to meet her at the shopping center near our house. I found a new outfit and stopped being so dramatic, but I thought to myself: What other events do I consider meltdown worthy?
[One] When I get Pikes Place Coffee instead of Blonde Roast at Starbucks
[Two] When I don't get to take a lunch at work because I am too busy
[Three] When our dog breaks out of his kennel and destroys something expensive to repair
[Four] Unexpected car maintenance costs like having to buy new tires
[Five] When I have a work meeting and I've picked off the nail polish off five out of my ten fingernails
[Six] When the laundry mysteriously goes from the dryer to a basket and sits there getting wrinkly for days
[Seven] A dead cell phone
[Eight] Delayed flights that cause you to miss your connecting flight
[Nine] Five PM Traffic
[Ten] When I am forced to parallel park
[Eleven] Being stuck behind the crazy coupon lady in the checkout line at Wal-Mart
[Twelve] Costco on a Saturday afternoon
[Thirteen] When my computer freezes and I have to reboot in the middle of something
[Fourteen] All the job board sales reps calling me constantly wanting to set up a time to "discuss how their products can help make my life as a recruiter easier"
[Fifteen] When Netflix keeps flashing the same error message over and over and I can't watch my Gossip Girl rerun
[Sixteen] When Chick-Fil-A puts pickles on my original chicken sandwich
[Seventeen] Finding something I must-have-or-I-will-die and my size being sold out
This is in no means an exhaustive list. I just thought I'd stop before you, my coworkers, and church friends read this and think I am an unstable person. Tell me, what causes you to meltdown?