I have had nothing to say.
I’ve just been waiting for it to pass,
but I believe it has gotten worse.
What do you do when you feel “that mood” coming on? You know the one, creeping discouragement tinged with confusion, bordering on depression…when nothing goes as planned, and people don’t act or react as you expected? Yes, that mood. Somehow, you know that’s not going to be just a one-day mood, either. Or, maybe that’s just me.
I find that it’s those days when I can’t wait to get home to take off my shoes, or today, it was my maypops that I knew better than to wear to work, and I really felt my britches “may pop” after lunch today.
Oh yeah, the low carb thing? In this mood, may I just say “pizza buffet.” It didn’t help. However, lunch with my daughter did. She let me vent, she gave me a pep talk, she made me laugh, and she made me feel better. Except for being so stuffed. I asked her if people would laugh at me if I rolled down the hill back to my office. She said, “No, but they would probably call the paramedics.”
I believe I have recently lost two friends…one online and one real life. Things certainly feel strained, at any rate. (Online friends are friends, too.) I don’t think I did anything to offend either of them, but I’m not 100% certain, either. Neither are speaking to me very much, if at all. Short answers or no answers. Questions ignored. I’m at a loss at how to feel or what to do. So I’ll do nothing, and quit asking.
Just as I was thinking about giving up blogging, I was accepted as a blogger for the Christian Post. This was right after I realized I was in a sea of writerless/wordless blahs. So, I did what any repeat offender would do, I posted stuff I had previously written. Not like I’ve never done that. :::innocent look::::
If you want to see what I’m writing about on The Christian Post,
here’s a link: Committed Thoughts