This is how it went:
|Day 1: and this scene greets me. Thanks for tidying up then. Honestly, I think we need more staff around here.|
|Day 2: Every time we take the kids somewhere they throw a collective hissy fit... ten minutes into the journey it is forgotten, but I could seriously do without it.|
|Day 4: Lovely to have fun with friends, but is the screaming really necessary?|
|Day 5: The cat comes inside from playing in the dirt outside to use the indoor toilet. Because I needed to clean up more poo. Grrr.|
|Day 6: I am being 'helped' in the garden by the little girl. One teaspoon of earth at a time. AAAAAARRRRRGGGGGHHHH!|
|Day 8: And I am still sitting at the kitchen table watching the little girl wave a carrot stick long after everyone else has left the table.|
|Day 9: I need to photoshop this picture so it has one of those handwritten signs, like dog owners use to shame their dogs. What would it read? 'When I get directions wrong I blame my wife'.|
It is actually kind of lovely to have a little rant every day. It also made me realise that I actually spend a lot less time being grumpy than I thought I did. I don't think I'd want to do it for more than 10 days though.
Have you done your #10grumpydays yet?
Find more on my #100happydays posts here. More photo projects are coming up soon.
The book challenge
Words at 26/6/14 - 93,500.
54,000 words done since the challenge began! 12,000 this month.
Where I'm at in First Draft - Chapter 20.
What I did last - The heroine going home to bed.