Tuesday, August 8, 2006

Bordering on Weepy

I have absolutely nothing to complain about today, but for some reason I am feeling a tad bit down. Almost weepy.

I had a good evening last night. I went to Bipsy's...just she and I..and we worked some more on our borders. We got a lot accomplished. We took a break to enjoy the hot tub, then I packed up and headed home. She's had some extra time on her hands because her guy is out of town for the week, so we've been hanging out a lot more often.

So, that's what's weird about this whole thing. I enjoy spending time there, I feel great about getting to do something I enjoy twice in less than a week.

Moreover, Josh started football today, and I am so happy he's getting involved with something he enjoys. I think it's going to help him stay motivated in school. We had a great mom/son chat on the way to practice today. He needed a physical yesterday, and everything worked out so well that I didn't even have to leave work to take him. My friend, Deb, brought him to me at work, and Rob took him to the appointment. Everything fell in to place without a hitch.

I've lost 13 pounds, I'm feeling healthier, I'm finally making my own health a priority. I'm trying to count my blessings, but I just feel like something isn't right.

So what's the dealio?

I don't know. Can't put my finger on it. I'm just feeling sad.

This, too, shall pass. Until then, I have a pretty busy day ahead of me, so I may be blogger absent for the rest of the day. Hope to be back on track tomorrow. In the interim, I'm going to put on some music and try to pull myself out of the duldrums I feel myself sinking into.

Have a great day, and thanks for checking in!

5 comments:

Holli said...

Do you think it could be PMS? I get that way sometimes. Real depressed, feel sorry for myself, cry even though I don't know why I am crying. Just something to consider. Hope you are feeling better!

Kristi K. said...

I wish I could tag it as PMS. It's not, and I hate having no reason for feeling so emotional. I'm going to listen to some upbeat music. If it's just the "blues" sometimes that helps. ;)

Elliemarie said...

i can sooo relate, Kristi. Sometimes you just get awash in the "blues" and it's hard to shake. Hopefully your music will help brighten your spirits!

neicybelle said...

sending happy thoughts your way! sometimes it's good just to cry it out...here's some kleenex...take care of yourself, ok?

p.s...i'm so proud of you taking charge of your health...as women we tend to take care of those around us and let ourselves go...but who will take care of them if we are sick? *big hug*

Kristi K. said...

I can't thank you ladies enough for your wonderful words of support. You are awesome and I'm glad I have you in my life! :)