Where laughter is the only medicine
Hugs, lady. And whiskey. And cookies.
Sorry you've got the blues young one. Been there, done that more than once, twice...Hope you feel better soon. If you ever want to talk just Skype me.
:( The weather hasn't helped either!! Feel better soon.
You haven't posted a new "With A Meek Heart" in forever!!
Don't get down Princess, it's only a change in weather.
I totally get what you're saying. Mine isn't seasonal, but it's hard to wait it out sometimes.I hope sunshine finds you soon. Hugs.
First of all I read your previous post and I despise spiders. Just saying. Secondly, put the baking spoon down and go for a walk. I lived in Alaska for years and when the seasonal depression hits its horrible but if you stay cooped up (which is all you really want to do) you make it worse.Next, don't forget the book fair this weekend. 10 books for free downloads girly! Plus a bunch of others marked down to help raise money for the diabetes association. I know you like to read AND you are like me and love a bargain. Maybe this will perk you up sunshine. Love you
oh man, you poor thing. ((hugs))
Hope you're feeling better soon!!
I'm going to go to a sunbed for just that reason. Also up the Thiamine B1 and reduce my espresso consumption to fewer. Don't mess with the Sun at latitudes above Bordeaux months can vanish if you do. Oh what really helps is a trip to the coast.
The thought of looming winter can do that to you huh Maggie? Try to think happy thoughts and keep up your blogging! - Dave
Hang ing there, kiddo.
That makes two of us. And since we're having a bit of bourbon on the side while we're aimlessly gazing at ourselves in a count Dracula mirror, I'd say that make four of us! :))
Mine isn't seasonal either. There are ways to push back against it. The right kind of music... a hike out in a good area...
Does this straitjacket make my butt look big?