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Have you ever had one of those days where from the moment you wake up, you know something's just not right? You feel a little twitch coming on, something different is in the air. That was me a couple days ago.
I call it 'THE FUNK'. Basically it's a technical, sophisticated term for being ornery.
Doesn't saying "I've come down with a case of 'The Funk'." sound a lot better than saying "I'm really ornery today, so watch out because I just might kill you before the day is over."?
Have you ever had a case of 'The Funk'? You're ornery, sassy, moody, grumpy, angry, sad, grouchy, crotchety, cranky, and very ill-tempered. You know you have it and everyone around you definitely knows you have it, but there's nothing you or anyone else can do about it. It's like a virus, you just have to wait it out.
Have you ever noticed that when 'The Funk' hits, it really hits.
Take my day for example: I woke up to one side of my hair doing this really weird bouffant-type thing. The other half was perfect. No matter how much water I poured on it, or how many times I tried to comb it down, it went right back up into it's fro-self. NOT COOL! Then of course my patience was tested 1,000 times more than on a usual, non-funk day. I got sassy the secretary at the dentist office who called to reschedule an appointment. I was rude to sister, and honked at a sweet little old lady who was taking too long to cross the street (okay not really on the little old lady part). Of course, Clint had to work late, and I think all of my kids (bless their hearts) purposely sent themselves to Time-Out just to stay clear of me. Sorry Kids, It wasn't me - It was 'The Funk'.
Then I decided to make a new Pioneer Woman Soup recipe for dinner in between running kids to and from. Two hours later, it still wasn't done! So, I did what anyone with a case of 'The Funk' would do, I stomped around, slammed the kitchen cabinet doors a few times, then yelled for everyone to "come out of hiding if you want to eat", and served everyone cold cereal for dinner. It was awesome.- I think it's even up for a "Best Funk Moment Ever" award.
Thank goodness I don't suffer from 'The Funk' very often, but when I do. . . .stay clear, you will get yelled at and you just might catch it too.