Wednesday, April 27, 2016

A Day In The Life........... My Life




Now this little chart really tells it like it is. Men are even tempered and just roll right along with the flow. Women are all over the place................. our moods change with the weather, the music we listen to, the email we receive, and the list goes on. 

Jack just said it.......... men are steady and content and women are emotional and more emotional. Does that not sum it all up for you? Men focus on one thing at a time and we women are multitasking a mile a minute. 

We had a little reconnection the other night. Jack felt it important to make some things crystal clear on my backside. He got his point across quickly, loved me briefly and went to watch the baseball game as I rubbed my poor bottom. My emotions were all over the map and had been all day....... upset about the wolf at the door, thrilled when a package arrived, sad when plans for an event next week fell through, happy thinking about an upcoming visit with a dear friend, exhausted after a five mile walk, tired after cleaning out a closet, worried after learning about a friend's illness, frustrated at not finding a favorite sweater and the list goes on. 

Now Jack eyes the weather and then heads to the golf course three days a week. He is a happy man. Only the rain will upset his day.

I did find my favorite sweater while Jack informed me that perhaps I had too many sweaters. Can you find the correct emoji that shows me right now?

So how do you find this visual depiction of the days of men and women? I find it as true as anything I've ever seen on the net. How about you? 

Thanks, L.
Meredith

14 comments:

  1. LOL Mere...I've seen this before and somewhat agree with it but don't think my emotions are quite that bad. ;) Sorry you had such a roller coaster of a day but happy Jack was able to help you get back on an even keel. Hope the coming days are better for you.

    Hugs and blessings...Cat

    ReplyDelete
  2. Hi Meredith, well I suppose some of it is true but it is not so extreme around here. We are both suffering from the emotional stuff at the moment, things that make it impossible for either of us to remain calm about. On a normal basis, we both are a bit steadier. I am sorry you had such an up and down day, maybe tomorrow will be calmer
    love Jan, xx

    ReplyDelete
  3. Love the chart Meredith lol. I would say it often works that way here, but not always. I 'm sorry you had such a rough day and hope things are better now.

    Hugs
    Roz

    ReplyDelete
  4. Men were taught as boys not to show their emotions, maybe over the years some got eroded. Their days may seem smoother, but I think I like the wide range of emotions we get to experience.

    ReplyDelete
  5. Mere,,I think this is so true ,, and it sucks big time, It's according to what happens at that moment,,how I feel.,, wish it wasn't so.

    L.

    ReplyDelete
  6. That chart tells a tale with no words. I think it is right, too. I often wonder why I can feel so high and then so low just a short while later. Little things will upset my apple cart.

    Sam will spank when the emotions start to go all over the map. He says that just because everything is not perfect in "Ella's World" is not an excuse for moodiness.

    The spanking will reset my little emoji to a smile.

    Ella

    ReplyDelete
  7. The chart is funny. I can see my emotions change a lot during the day. But I would that men do have some change in their moods.

    ReplyDelete
  8. Clearly my husband hasn't got the even keel message. Going by the language that comes out of his mouth while he's working, he's more inclined to >:( than :) When it comes to feelings, men prefer not to show them unless they really have to. Then it's a bomb going off.
    As for me, I have no idea where to put myself emotionally most days.

    ReplyDelete
  9. I am right there with Ella. I have had a long history of being up one minute and down the next sometimes with no apparent reason. I am quite the emotional thinker which is not necessarily bad, but has led to some assumptions that then have led me to be over Sir's lap for some clarification. Him? He seems to be very level in his feelings and emotions and only when he is really not happy with something or someone does it become apparent. I liked the chart showing the differences that can be seen between men and women.Sounds like Jack stepped in to straiten things out for you and hopefully restored calmness to your neck of the woods.

    ReplyDelete
  10. I am a lot more emotional than he is. He is my rock.

    ReplyDelete
  11. In general, I think men are less emotional than we women but they must all have their off days, the same as we do. Harry would have had some different emojis in his chart a couple of days ago - frustration, annoyance, disappointment to name a few. None of them involved me, I hasten to add. Glad all ended well, even though it was your end that paid the price.
    Rosie

    ReplyDelete
  12. You have certainly described life around here. Lately I'm struggling with health issues. Just as we start to get some bit of consistency - wham. Ug. Very frustrating.

    ReplyDelete
  13. This was so funny...and so true. I even told one of my non-dd friends about it.
    Hugs

    ReplyDelete
  14. Emoji is perfect. It's only 9:26am and I have already cried looking at pix of my mother, dead since 2011, qvelled with joy looking at pix of my three granddaughters, gotten really irritated with a guy/jerk at work, gossiped about another guy and laughed with a friend. Worried about another friend I haven't heard from in awhile. And ready to murder my best friend because it's 9:27 now and I haven't heard from her all day.

    ReplyDelete