It slips in unnoticed.
A bit of unexplained anxiety.
A bad mood for unknown reason.
Slowly it grabs a stronger hold.
Drivers on the road become personal enemies.
My middle finger wants to stand at attention.
Coworkers become unbearable.
The everyday house becomes too messy to bear.
Small talk is annoying.
Anger wraps it's way through the day.
A fight begs to begin.
Nobody does it right, whatever it is.
The couch becomes desired location #1.
The lights become too irritating.
The sounds become grating.
PMS - you can suck it.
Fortunately, these days this unwelcome visitor only hangs around a day or two. And fortunately, with nutrition adjustments, the majority of other symptoms have diminished greatly. But seriously, PMS, stay out of my life!
On another note, I found this blog post to be so honest, funny, endearing and touching. If you have small kids, once had small kids, or know small kids, you've probably kept a few secrets and you just might like it, too. Click HERE.