My Life in a Nutshell

We spotted the Wienermobile the other day.  Apparently all I needed to complete my childhood is a big wiener.. ha. Ha. Ha.


Last night I was sitting on my bed crying like a baby and I wasn't completely sure as to why. I just suddenly became overwhelmed. I think that's the best word for it.
It's partly PMS. I know this. I go to bed a completely rational and level headed person, but wake up a complete nutcase. Things that usually roll off my shoulders, make me cry. And it always starts off as one little thing and avalanches into a world of problems. I get sad about a person not talking to me, then realize that  I have no one to talk to about my 'problems'. Then I suddenly have no friends, and my family doesn't like me. I wish I could say I was exaggerating. But I was really sitting there thinking about how no one, not even the people in my family, likes me.
Obviously my biggest problem is that I'm a total drama queen.
I can sit here the next day and realize that I was blowing things out of proportion, but while it's happening, I can't help but feel total desperation. I just end up crying until I have a headache, then laying down to watch a documentary until it lulls me to sleep.

So it goes. I know the cycle will repeat itself every month as it always does. I just hope I'm not the only one who turns into a whacked out nightmare of a person once a month before the dreaded period.


Corinne said...

augh I feel ya. It's amazing how my mood changes around that time of the month. And if there is any flicker of stress around it's like my body sucks it up and triples it. I'm real wonderful company for a few days :)

Alyx said...

HAHAH! <-- at the wiener joke.
Oh, believe me - you're not the only crazy once a month. Count me into the crazy crying lady club!! Hey... that actually has a nice ring to it...

Shaylynn... I BLAHWG. said...

Are you sure you didn't start crying because your friend text you and said "you just aged yourself a century?"

PMS turns me into a hopeless, whining, drifter.. last month my best friend called at 7:45 in the morning and all I did was sob.. like sob.. and she didn't even hang up.

For the record, you have me.

Sierra said...

I am one of the most emotional people I know. I tend to cry over things that are, indeed, sad, but I blow it totally out of proportion. Girl, you keep crying! It's all good.
Oh, and PMS sucks.
Hang in there.
Oh, Just Living the Dream

Nora said...

hahaha. this is hilarious (the Wienermobil)!

and don"t worry about being a drama queen. who isn't? being emotional is never a bad thing! :)
xx Nora

Megan said...

It's definitely a woman thing!! Haha! We are such drama queens. It kills me, but I love it, too. Poor men!

Janell said...

oh how this sounds SO familiar to me.. about a week before my monthly friend visits, I find myself crying over the littlest things, "spilt milk" as the saying goes. about half way through my depressing little "crisis" I realize that its ridiculous that I'm crying over it, but continue on anyways. my husband always stares at me with a blank look and say something like "yep, you start your period next week, don't you?" LOL! The joys of being a woman, huh..
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Ashley said...

Sometimes we all need a good cry!! Glad you got yours.

lucia m said...

wow! love it!!!

Sensaatio said...

I used to have such crazy PMS symptoms every three weeks for five days before I had my IUD installed... no more PMS for me, which is a huge relief.

My poor fiancé was always so overwhelmed with my PMS, one minute I was fine, the next minute I'm sitting and crying on the floor because my hair doesn't co-operate.. and the next minute I'm throwing pillows to the wall in a bout of anger.. so glad it's over for me (at least for the next four years) and I really recommend you to discuss your options with your doctor... no-one should have to suffer from the hell we call PMS ;)