It’s one of those days where you don’t bother doing your make-up or your hair. You just throw on some sweatpants and a t-shirt. You mope downstairs to the kitchen where you carelessly put some toast in the toaster. You forget about it and by the time you look again it’s burnt and it looks like your toast is covered in black soot. You don’t care. You take it out and put some butter on it sloppily. You take a bite as you put on your sweater that might as well say, “I don’t care what I look like.” It’s one of those days where you brush your teeth for 30 seconds then spit it into the sink leaving your toothbrush on the side of the sink where it could easily be pushed in by your careless younger brother or sister. You leave the bathroom wiping away your toothpaste with your sweater sleeve.

On the way out the door, you grab your bag and slip it over your shoulder forgetting about your lunch box on the counter right next to your math homework. It’s one of those days when you get on the bus and end up having to sit next to one of the most annoying kids in school. You get off the bus and go into the school. In your homeroom, you sharpen your pencil purposely letting some of its shavings fall on the floor. You head up to math class then, realizing that you left your homework at home. To top it off, your teacher happens to be in a bad mood. By lunch, you realize you don’t have that either, and the school lunch today was not your favorite. It’s one of those days where you wish you could be at home sleeping. You wish that this could all be a dream, but it’s just one of those days that you have to deal with.

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