Tomorrow’s A Different Day (Day 121 – 150)

Day 121: Crabby Cruise

When you and the love of your life are on a cruise and you decided to try to recreate the scene from the Titanic and stand at the front of the ship, and you do the pose just as you hit a hard wave and it completely soaks you and covers you in seaweed and you have to wonder why you choose to do this on a crab boat in rough waters. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 122: Oblivious

When your on a social media site and you find people from your past who now have kids at a young age with an individual that keeps breaking their heart, and all you see is them airing their dirty laundry for the world to see and you can’t help but experience emotions of frustration, laughter, and sadness because the parents still want to live the party lifestyle and each post they make, makes it seem like the kid is on the sidelines and the parents are only in it for themselves. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 123: Not What I Expected

When your aunt brags about how amazing her backyard renovation is and ends up putting a few photos up after she’s described it and in your head you have this idea of this magical kingdom because you know how she normally works and then you see it and it’s more gavel then plants and you can’t help but wonder why she said it would be so beautiful when majority of it is grey but thankfully it ain’t your house. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 124: Childhood Scars

When you’re a young child and you don’t want to take pills so you stay on the grape flavoured tablets but you think they’re disgusting so your parents decide to crush it up and put it in your applesauce and you always remember the day that you saw these little purple things floating in the sauce and it’s scarred you so much that you’ve never had applesauce till this day. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 125: The Bathroom People

When you’re going on a vacation with your family and you know your mother has a problem with coffee on road trips and when you wake up she says she’s on the second cup which in turn means that you’ll likely be stopping at every roadside attraction on the way to the destination, not because you want to but because your mom will likely need to make a rest stop and the people working at the locations start to remember you and behind your back they refer to you as the bathroom people. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 126: Pentagram In The Woods

When you go camping and you finish setting up your campsite and you decide to take a little stroll into the woods, and you maybe go one hundred feet in from the tree line and you find a pentagram shape made with a bunch of sticks but the unsettling part is the teddy bear that sits in the centre, that’s when you realize you should probably leave but you can’t take your eyes off of the bear until you get far enough away, and you run back to the campsite, and you crawl into the tent and look up at the roof as you wonder if this was something your parents knew would happen when they said go out and get some fresh air. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 127: Nightmare In The Woods

After finding the teddy bear pentagram out in the woods, you lay awake in the middle of the night and you listen to the trees rustling in the wind and then you hear footsteps come skipping out of the bush with a subtle la la la la sound coming from what was a small child, and then through the moonlight you can see a shadow moving around your tent and a teddy bear dangling beside them as they stop at the entrance to your tent and grab the zipper and start to undo it and without hesitation you grab the zipper and hold it closed as the playful giggle of a little girl fills your ears and say come and play with me and your heart stops as you watch them skip around your tent some more before disappearing into the tree line and immediately you know that you won’t be staying any longer at the campsite with these hellish things going on, and you wished you were back in your parents basement back in your room, and you make a mental note that this is the last time you’ll go camping. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 128: Rebellious Captain

When you go with your friends on a houseboat, but the captain’s having a bad day and your friends are all idiots and kept pestering him that before you could even leave the dock the captain walked off and because you have rebelliously driven a boat when you were younger you think you can do it and you pull away from the dock and immediately hit the concrete pillar of the overhanging bridge and the coast guard have to come and tow you back ten feet. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 129: Noise Complaint

When growing up you learned that you can win all your arguments by shouting the loudest but then one day you meet a guy with a megaphone and he blows your ear drums out so you never really now if your shouting or whispering anymore, so you get a megaphone yourself and that way you always know your shouting, only that doesn’t go over well in your court case when you yell at the judge because your fighting a noise violation. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 130: Ripple Effect

When you find a note in your textbook, and it says Your Homework: Stay Awesome AF, sincerely future you, and you hold onto that textbook for the rest of the semester until the very end and you hide it again for someone else to find, because your now and forever will be Awesome AF. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 131: Inappropriate Food Photographer

When you want to be like the cool kids and take amazing looking pictures of food, so you slave over the stove for an entire day and try to create the most perfect dish to advertise on all of your social media accounts only hotdogs with three different topping doesn’t garner the attention you want but you become a big hit with barbecue companies that constantly say That’s a nice Weiner. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 132: Tricked

When your hanging out with your friends and your exploring abandon buildings and your narcolepsy kicks in and you suddenly pass out, only to wake up in the centre of a satanic ritual, and suddenly it makes sense why your friends always had black robes on, when they came for wings, and you also realize that they’ve been lying to you this whole time and they weren’t really playing Jedi’s in the woods like they claimed. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 133: Potato Boy

When you travel to another country and they protest you with a giant potato shaped balloon in your likeness, and use Green Day’s “American Idiot” song as your anthem, maybe it’s time to rethink what’s actually going on. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 134: One Letter Off

When you see the US talking about a SCOTUS pick and every time you see the abbreviation all you can see is SCROTUS, and your immature mind is thankful that it’s Canadian. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 135: Sad Meal

When you open a happy meal, and see that they put apples instead of fries inside, and not only that by they forgot the toy, making it a sad meal. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 136: Be Careful

When your mother is scared of heights or cliffs and your a photographer, and one day you decide to go on a road trip together and you see a good spot to take a picture but it involves you getting close to the edge so you tell your mother to stay in the car as you go out and down this little trail and you get a few photos only to look back at your mother cringing at you and tells you to be careful and you wish they would’ve just stayed in the car, but at least you got the shot. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 137: Thursday The 13th

When you go to summer camp as a kid and you hear stories that on Friday the 13th a being attack’s kids, and they tell you that again during the late night fire and you go back to your cabin and stay wide awake and when it’s the next day you hear everyone talking about how it’s the 13th and you start to panic but because you’re parents bought you a smartphone you call the emergency number and the SWAT team shows up at the camp and all the parents have to come to pick up their kids, and that’s when you realize it’s only Thursday and not Friday. Tomorrow’s A Different Day

Day 138: Half Girlfriend

When your co-workers ask if you have a girlfriend and you tell them you have a half girlfriend and they ask what that means and you explain how your best friend is dating someone that your both good friends with but you only expect it to last a year until you get your turn so you just have to wait. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 139: Because You Can

When you have nothing better to do in the morning so you go on twitter to take a couple shots at the treasonous leader of another nation while it’s trending, even though your from another country and really you just wanted to call someone out because you’ve held back for this long and it’s just nice to put your two cents in even though you realize you’ll probably delete the tweet in a day or two. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 140: A Fine Line

When it’s so hot outside that there’s a heat advisory and you take a step outside and it like walking on the sun, as you instantly break a sweat and you start to ponder the thought of how much of your clothes you can take off and still be on the legal side of the law. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 141: Cold As Hell

When you’re in school and you walk past one of your teachers while saying the phrase cold as hell and they interrupt your conversation and say how do you know hell’s cold, and you don’t have a good reply so you just say good point and you carry on with your day but you can’t help but wonder if your teacher knows something you don’t. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 142: Who’s The Child

When you can’t open up a childproof lid, and your six year old see’s you struggling so they walk over and take the bottle from you and pop the lid off and they hand it back to you and you start to wonder who the child is in the family. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 143: Family Summit

When your parents and soon to be in-laws meet for the first time, it’s like watching a summit between two country leaders, and you and your S/O can only hope you briefed them enough before the meeting and you sit there with anticipation but feel relieved when someone finally laughs. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 144: Little Below Freezing

When your mom says your cool and you actually are because it’s -10 degrees Celsius.

Day 145: If A Tree Falls In A Forest

When your in the woods and a tree falls and you hear it, and you have to tell everybody only you don’t remember where you came from, and then you hear a chainsaw start up. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 146: Lightbrite, Making Things With Light

When you’re growing up and you spend a lot of time at your grandparents, and all they have is a classic Lightbrite machine, and all the templates have already been punched through by your cousins so it’s basically just a matching puzzle with little satisfaction, but that’s all you know so you don’t complain and you enjoy it none the less and those memories last forever. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 147: The High Ground

When a moth somehow gets into her house and it’s midnight, but you also think you should kill it because your cat who’s laying next to it clearly doesn’t have a care in the kill, so you grab a notepad and attempt the kill but you miss and it’s dark and now it has the high ground and the clock turns from eleven fifty-nine PM to Twelve o’clock. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 148: Nerf or Nothin

Continuation of Day #147

With the moth now somewhere in the house, you turn on all the lights and illuminate the darkness hoping it will attract the bug only it was now up on the ceiling and nearly impossible to hit, so thinking on your feet you run down to your room as fast as you can and reach under your bed and pull out a nerf gun, because it’s nerf or nothin, and running back up the stairs you confront the flying demon and start taking shots at it and you manage to clip the wing and the thing spirals down and before you could do anything the cate takes it and you never see the bug again. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 149: Tree Removal

When there’s a dying tree in the front yard of your house and a storm blows through and you can’t help but picture the tree snapping in half and doing some damage and you just shudder at the very thought of it, only it would certainly save some money in for the upcoming tree removal you have planned. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.

Day 150: Rockets Are Cool

When you opt out of doing school work in class to watch a rocket launch, even though you’re not a science kid, you have to wonder if this was what it was like back during the first launch and that maybe you were just born in the wrong year. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.