Bad Day

Posted by Claudia Moser on 5:52 PM in ,

One of those days when it would have been better to sleep in! Nothing seems to work today, only problems to solve and no solution visible. So it does rain sometimes in my world as well ....

Update: just lost a follower, wish I knew why!



We all have those days. Hope you have a lovely, relaxing evening at home with Peter by your side.

My day hasn't been great either Claudia,
but hoping tomorrow will be better for both of us.

x Fiona

@Desiree - I am waiting for him, I just need to cool off!
@Fiona - me too :) a smile for tomorrow!

Anonymous says:

Nice drawing. (:

@My 2 Pesos - yes, it is rather representative!

Anonymous says:

Hi Claudia, tomorrow is another day fortunately - we all have our good and not so good days. Hope that tomorrow will be better for you.

Hugs x

@Eva - thank you, very sweet of you, I appreciate your thoughts!

Sending hugs your way and hoping you have a better day tomorrow...

Hope tomorrow will be better for you... RAiny days always make me sad!

i had a bad day too :(((

xoxo from rome

I'm sorry to hear you had a bad day--tomorrow is a new day--maybe it will be better? Smile--chances are it will be!! Cheers, Jenn.

Claudia, there is no reason to worry over losing followers. There is no way to find out why someone chooses to stop following a blog, unless they tell you. There are way too many other things to worry about. SOrry you're having a bad day. Hope the sun shines soon, not just outside, but inside.

Aww Claudia, I hope things look brighter for you tomorrow. Sending hugs to you.

I hope tomorrow is a better day.

@Laura - luckily today it was better!
@Emma - thank you! Appreciate your support.
@Karoline - sorry to hear that!
@Jenn - thank you for your smile.
@Karen - I know you are right, I should stop worrying for losing followers, but it did happen and I did share a thought for it!
@Sarah - thank you!
@Belle - tomorrow is always better!

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