Don't get me wrong. I don't have extraordinarily bad days either, and there are things like food, water, shelter, health, electricity, and Internet access I take for granted. If my days were that bad -- and there are quite a few people I know who do have an extraordinarily bad day EVERY day -- then I could at least write about my misadventures.
My job is perhaps the bright spot in my life. I don't have to break rocks or anything like that, but I haven't gotten a raise since I started working there and with each passing year, my paychecks have actually gotten smaller, rather than bigger. At slightly more than the minimum wage, it means I get to keep a roof over my head, so that's a plus.
I haven't had a dinner at a restaurant for so long that I seriously can't remember, and while I did get to see Iron Man (a GREAT film), it will probably be the only movie I see in the theaters this year.
I haven't bought a game in a long time, and it's been a while since I've even played one. It's not due to a lack of time, but a lack of interest in even turning the console on.
My family is in shambles after the recent events that have occurred, and the fallout is nothing like I anticipated. Even though I had managed to convince myself that even in the darkest cloud there was a silver lining, it turns out it was made of aluminum, and a bad situation grows even worse by the day.
So positive? No, there's not one aspect of my life that I can say is positive.