Monday, January 12, 2009

Day 752,003

In the infamous description of time by some character in Sand Lot: 

I have been depressed FOR-EV-ERRRRR. (as noted by the number of days in the title)

Malaise, turned blah, turned blah-er, turned curled up on the couch eating soup and watching Joan of Arcadia. 

Efforts made: Not to cry
Efforts of productivity made: Trying to do laundry - does laundry really involve trying? Apparently it does. For me.

Must. Stop. Being. Depressed. 

Where's my tunnel? Because I hear there are lights at the ends of those.

4 comments:

Jenny said...

It's an effort for me to do laundry, too.

The Princess Abdicated said...

I've been "trying" to do laundry for like a month, the only reason it is getting done right now is because I have to wash all my sweaters to take to Colorado with me. If not I'd still be making the effort, and not succeeding. I think once things have leveled out with school and you find the Job you want that you will be fine and that there will be a lot of light.

mle said...

never underestimate the accomplishment of doing laundry. seriously. and getting dressed. also an accomplishment.

thinking of you with a lot of love and support.

Stephanie said...

I almost never do laundry if I can help it, so yes, it is an effort and an accomplishment!

About Me

My photo
Portland, OR, United States
I am a daughter, sister, friend, wife, counselor and colleague. I am a work in progress. There may be some pieces out of place and things might be messy, but it's okay. I would rather accept that I am still unfinished than think that this is it. You can find my comments on faith and spirituality on my blog: http://themessinessoffaith.blogspot.com/ And my comments and anecdotes on life at: http://sheisaworkinprogress.blogspot.com/

Books That Matter. Well, some of the many that matter.

  • Magical Shrinking: Stumbling Through Bipolar Disorder, Chris Wells
  • Pride & Prejudice, Jane Austen
  • An Abudance of Katherines, John Green
  • Dave Pelzer
  • Franny & Zooey, J.D. Salinger
  • I Was Told There'd Be Cake, Sloane Crosley
  • The Cloister Walk, Kathleen Norris
  • The Developing Mind: How Relationships and the Brain Interact to Shape Who We Are, Daniel J. Siegel