Tomorrow’s A Different Day (Day 301 – 330)

Day 301: Taking In Bottles

When you pick up all the cans from the New Year’s party the day after and taking them to a bottle depot and cash out and smile because it’s the first sign of it being a good year. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 302: End Of Holidays

When the holidays are over and it’s the first day of work of the new year. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 303: Worst Year Ever

When you write the first this is the worst year ever post of the new year. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 304: 361 Days

When you realize there’s still 361 days till the next new year. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 305: Country Roads

When you’re driving on a road in the country and you have your cowboy hat on and then the song country roads comes on, and you realize moving to West Virginia might not be so bad. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 306: Relative Vacations

When you ask your aunt where they went for their holiday and it’s like opening Pandora’s box as they give you every little detail down to the name of the dog they saw popping a squat in the alleyway of 3rd street. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 307: Contemplating Burgers

When your day consists of Bob’s Burgers and contemplating your life. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 308: Cooking Judge

When you want to be a judge on a cooking show, but you’re a picky eater so you quickly become the Simon Cowell of the eating world because no one knows you don’t like anything. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 309: Lemonade Stand

When you open a lemonade stand and someone calls the cops on you and the next thing you know you’re on the people’s court, and you’re about to serve up some justice as the independent thirty-seven year old you are. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 310: Warm Winter

When you can see the road at the start of January and you’re reminded of the year prior when there was a foot of snow hiding it and you think to yourself that this must be what California feels like. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 311: Spinning Some Fidgets

When you get a fidget spinner two years, to late and you feel like they were overhyped. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 312: Maybe Next Year

When it’s twelve days into the New Year and you feel like you have a good understanding of how this will go and you figure it’ll have to get better next year. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 313: Pop Before Noon

When your parents let you have a soda before noon and you wonder how the day could get any better in your mid-life crisis. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 314: Candy List

When it’s the fourteenth of January and you figure it’s the best time to start your candy list for Valentine’s day since y’know it’s easier to get cheap candy than a date. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 315: Nightlight

When you start to have those moments of doubt in your life but you tell yourself you have to keep on pushing through and with that, you turn off the nightlight and you feel like a big kid now. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 316: One Of Two Ways

When you go down a hill in a fisher price wagon and you count your blessing because it only ends in one of two ways. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 317: Do I Need Shoes

When your shoe gets stuck into the mud and you have to fight the suction and you start to ask yourself, if you really need the shoe, while at the same time your other shoe starts to sink. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 318: Own Path

When you see someone get success, and you want that same feeling but then you hear your parents voice in your head saying if they jumped off the bridge would you and in that moment you look over the edge of the bridge and you think it’s best you don’t follow your friend and instead make your own path. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 319: Questionable

When you make your first meal for yourself and there’s that little part inside you thinking I could die right now but then you eat it and you figure you’re giving Gordon Ramsay a run for his money. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 320: Sword Play

When you buy your first sword and you’re practicing with it outside and you’re doing epic spin moves and twirls, and then your parents see you and you become a viral video because they didn’t know how to just send it to Grandma. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 321: Dry Cough

When you get a dry cough, and you get excited because it’s the most exercise you’re going to get all year, and who knows you might finally get abs. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 322: Demon In Your Room

When you tell your parents that there is a demon in your room that minor scratch marks on you at night, but they don’t believe you so now you have a new roommate. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 323: Smite Your Parents

When you buy a lime green shirt, just to smite your parents. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 324: Little Alcoholic

When you have to give your friends some of the alcohol in your house, because you’re kid keeps knocking back the drinks and you refer to them as your little alcoholic, and worst of all you don’t even like alcohol. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 325: Personification

When you start giving the inanimate objects around you personalities because it’s easier to do that than actually making real friends. Tomorrow’s A Different Day


Day 326: Diets

When one of your parents goes on a diet and the rest of the family has to suffer and cater to their every whim like they’re royalty. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 327: Scoldings

When your grandparents discover facetime, and they’re suddenly calling every one of their kids, because they realized facetime has just made scolding easier for them, and you never know when they’ll pop up. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 328: I Can Outrun Em

When you find yourself in a situation where you are running from a police dog, and you think I can outrun em, I was the star of the track team, spoiler alert you can’t. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 329: Mayday

When you decide to watch Mayday the day before a flight. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.


Day 330: Downside Of Babysitting

When a little kid tells you off, because you made them stop doing something, and you have to find the urge to not just say fine, get eaten by the bear, see if I care, unfortunately, that’s the downside of babysitting. Tomorrow’s A Different Day.