Alas, that is not the case.
I'm currently sitting in class debating between flinging myself on the ground and/or jumping out the window - possibly a particularly dramatic fling, followed by a tuck and roll, followed by a dive out the window? (Don't worry, it's on the first floor, I'd be fine). I'm full of irritation and apathy.
Obviously, this means I need a pep talk.
I was going to whinningly post on Facebook, requesting everyone who has love for me to give me a pep talk. However, I really try to keep my Facebook entertaining and, honestly, I know I can do this, I know I'm following God's plan for my life, I know how great I am. Blah blah blah, fooey.
What's a girl with a bad attitude and a wretched case of the post-vacation blues, who needs tough love and a smack upside the head supposed to do? Give herself a pep talk.
"Okay Anna McCrankypants, listen up. Here are some helpful facts about your life that should make you feel better:
1. At this point, the world is not going to run out of wine and coffee before you finish school.
2. You don't have the bubonic plague.
3. If being a counselor does not work out, you have a solid back up plan of being a professional tight rope walker.
4. You have terrible balance, so point three shows how full of dreams you are. Bright eyed optimism will get you far.
5. It's not too late, maybe Hogwarts has an adult learner program.
6. You aren't at the dentist right now, so your day is already better than some peoples'.
Lose yourself in the music, the moment, you own it, you better never let it go, you only get on shot, do not miss your chance to blow, this opportunity comes once in a lifetime.
You saw the sign it opened up your eyes, you saw the sign. Life is demanding without understanding.
Don't stop believing.
Hey Jude, don't make it bad, take a sad song and make it better."
Um. Thanks inner voice. I think that pep talk got away from you, but none the less, I feel better.
My subconscious does make party appearances, ask me about pricing.