Growing up is hard, and, it's sometimes difficult to express how we truly feel after a grueling week of work.
By the time Sunday night rolls around, we've experienced almost every single emotion there is to experience.
We've laughed, we've cried and we've battled the godforsaken "Sunday scaries," which seem to never truly disappear as we enter adulthood.
Heck, I'm still not over the "Sunday scaries," and it's already Monday afternoon.
I thought I was the only one who rode this emotional roller coaster every week, but I was just proven to be very wrong.
Why? Because an 11-year-old girl just drew a picture that sums up the chaotic lives that we lead as 20-somethings in the workforce, and she's pretty much my soul sister.
How does she know us???
Her mother posted the picture to Imgur, and the caption read,
11 yr old daughter drew this out of the blue. Looks like she's got the future work-week figured out.
Yeah, I'd say so. She's pretty much got her entire future figured out, if you ask me.
When I was 11 years old, my week consisted of skipping out on homework to play kickball with my neighbors, not analyzing each day using personified doodles.
I mean, c'mon, have you ever seen anything more accurate than this? Can we give her an award, or maybe turn this drawing into a national flag?
She perfectly expresses the debilitating sadness that we experience from Monday through Wednesday, and then the smooth transition into anticipating the weekend ahead.
Saturday and Sunday are obviously the happiest (no shocker, there).
But, all good things must come to an end, and she expressed our Sunday nights perfectly — anxiety-sweat and all.
After the young artist's mother posted her drawing, a flood of emotions came rushing through the comment section of Imgur about how much people can relate to this little girl's depiction of life.
One user by the name of olionajudah even said that they'd buy a shirt with this drawing on it. I probably would, too.
Maybe this gal is onto something. In the meantime, we'll be waiting for more relatable drawings to help us through the work week.