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{too many tabs open} 17/31 #sol17

The March Slice of Life Story Challenge
hosted at the Two Writing Teachers.
Join us for a month of writing!

It's been one of those weeks.

My brain is full. 
I'm feeling overwhelmed. 
I'm tired. And a little crabby too.

I'm running around. 
In every different direction.
 Feeling rushed to get here and there.

Thinking about this. 
Oh, need to finish that. 
Forgot about this. Oops, got to do that.

It's been one of those weeks 
and I'm ready to order 
a new t-shirt for my woes ...

Or at least, my excuse for this week.


  1. Wishing you a relaxing weekend!

  2. Take time to breathe and enjoy life. So many things happening and so much to do, but you know that everything will get done in due time. And if something slips through, just smile and say "Oh well". Love the t-shirt logo!. Love ya, Mom

  3. I hear you, and understand. I hope you have time over the weekend to restart and refresh.

  4. Okay this made me laugh by the time I got to the T-shirt! Perfect.

  5. Ha! I need this shirt! I'm having the exact same week and if it weren't for spring break in a week, I might not make it.

    Keep truckin', friend, just keep on truckin'.

  6. Oh my gosh--I totally need this shirt! Hope things calm down for you, Michelle!

  7. I think many of us can relate to that shirt! Here's to a slow-it-down kind of weekend!

  8. I am right there with you! Yikes! How do we let ourselves get to this point??

  9. YIKES - too many tabs. Maybe OneTab would be good to press sometimes!


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