Why don't you have something simple and easy ( a banana, a slice of cheese, a candy bar) and then you can be more rational.
Fortunately, I was taken out to dinner. I am less cranky now!
Good thinking, Ferrett!
I have a fruit bowl always handy so I can 'graze' without doing candy or getting cranky.
Oh, now that I'm fed, I can see all kinds of appropriate choices that were available. But none of them were what I WANTED at that point.
If this were on Facebook I'd like this : )
It actually is on Facebook, too. ;-)
ANd I bet you have a lot more comments there too : )
That's me at about 1:30 on most afternoons. I don't do peanut butter, and that's our lunch mainstay for everyone else. I tend to wander around and pick at various things. You think I'd be able to feed myself since I'm almost 40, but apparently cooking for one is a great mystery now.
Yeah, I do much worse when I'm on my own. Fortunately, Ferrett rescued me with dinner out.
I did really well for 2 weeks when I was making scrambled eggs and toast for lunch. Then I burned out.
Scrambled eggs were probably going to be my choice for tonight. But instead, prime rib special.
I'm always like this too. If my husband's not around when I get home, I find myself completely incapable of cooking for myself. Even making a sandwich seems impossible.
If Ferrett is away for a weekend, I am quite proactive about cooking for myself the things that he dislikes. But if it's just an evening, I am lost.
I'm not quite sure what age I was when suggesting that I was cranky due to hunger went from pissing me off more to "oh, yeah, that must be it."
Glad you were rescued from the hunger-crank spiral.
I remember a tearful Amy shouting at us, "When I'm upset like this, why do you always think I'm tired?!"
Well, hon, because you always are.
that was me at walmart about four yesterday afternoon.
Walmart has that effect on people.
unfortunately. and it gets worse as christmas gets closer. :(