Monday, 6 December 2010

I have not disappeared. Still here.

Hi there.  Sorry it took me awhile to update my blog.  It has been really crazy these past few days. And it is absolutely freeeezzzziiinnngggg. 

Nothing much to say, really.  Except that I feel really really 'low.'  Like I've got no energy.  My husband keeps asking me if I'm okay because I'm unusually quiet.  I think it's the gloomy weather, the lack of the sun and the very low temperature.  Yeah, blame it on the weather! 

I hope you are all well.  Please do keep warm.  Will try to think of something exciting to post next time, LOL.

12 comments:

The Golden Eagle said...

I hope you feel more chipper in the days to come! I hate it when the weather makes me feel low--but it can't be dark forever! :)

Loree said...

Hope you feel better soon. After all, it's the season to be jolly :)

Jessica Hill said...

I know how you feel. I always get kind of "low" during the winter as well. Hope you feel better!

Christine said...

Same thing happened to me the other day! I felt quiet inside and husband was asking me if I was okay. I didn't feel ill, simply dull and weary. I do blame the extreme cold; it has a numbing effect. I feel a real frump in all these layers of clothing (they are not fashionable layers) and that doesn't help.

Keep warm. Hope you feel better soon.

Old Kitty said...

This weather really doesn't help!!! I think we should all hibernate until spring!

Take care and keep warm!! x

Lisha @ DeLovely Life said...

Visit a tanning bed for a couple minutes. Does wonders when I'm feeling blue. :) In all seriousness, I hope you feel more chipper soon. Ciao from Texas!

lakeviewer said...

Go out, visit with friends, get a lovely meal. Depression season is here; got to fight it with all your might.

Misha said...

Oooh I think you need some hot chocolate. ;-P

Jules said...

Yes the cold seems to turn some warped clock in our brains and we sort of go on auto pilot in the winter.

Warmth from across the pond :)
Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

Angela Felsted said...

I hear you. I felt like that on Sunday. My husband kept asking me what was wrong and I kept saying I didn't know. Then he watched the kids while I took a nap, and when I woke up, I felt better.

betchai said...

oh, sorry about to hear about that Len, hope you feel sunny and bright soon, will pray for a better weather and mood your side.

L.T. Elliot said...

This blah weather really does make a person feel low. The lack of sunshine makes me feel gloomy every winter. I think we should remedy that by vacationing in the bahamas. What say you?