The day started out well enough. I got my bike out and began the descent down Ann's Trail. However, about halfway down the trail, my chain broke. I tried to fix it, but, was unable to do so with the tools that I had. I need to do more research so that, next time, I can fix my bike when out on the trail. I finally gave up on fixing my chain and decided that I had to walk back up the trail. By now, my hands were completely covered in grease.
I made the long trek home and struggled to get my clothes off without getting grease on them. I drove to the train station, but, at this point, I knew it would be pushing it to make it on time. While driving there, a car pulled right out in front of me and I barely avoided a collision. My tires were screeching. I thought, this day is going great.
I pulled up to the station and saw the train pulling up just as I got there. I jumped out of my car and ran, but, the train pulled away when I was just feet away from getting on. I went back to my car, and thought that I could just drive to work. I drove as fast as I could and almost made it on time. However, one of the cross streets was closed for a festival and I had to change my driving route, which made me late after all.
So, it seems that everything went wrong for me today. I guess some people really enjoy coming to work. That has never been the case for me. The sooner as I can leave this terrible rat race behind, the better.