Posted by: Sonya | August 28, 2009


Holy Crap, I’ve been tired lately. I’m not sure what the deal is. I’ve found I’ve  had to push myself to do anything.  I had to push myself to clean my house, I had to push myself to get groceries, I had to push myself to cook, I’ve had to push myself to well…..move. lol….  

All I feel like doing is lounging and sleeping and to be honest I have done this a lot. The wii has taken a back seat this week and the scale reflects that. Boy do I wish that you could lose weight being a couch potato!

When I feel this way I have to do a little ‘check in’ on myself. I’ve been in the pit of despair and on medication before so I often think “‘oh dear god, am I going there again?”  I don’t think so this time, although once again I have to admit I did have one “feeling sorry for myself” day earlier this week. I think it came on after going to the trailer and seeing my friend with her husband and 2 children. Ninety percent of the time  I am totally fine being single and okay with it, but there are those times where loneliness creeps in, and I think it did this past week. It can be hard to snap out of it, but thankfully this week coming will be a busy one so I don’t have too much time to mope.

I have a great life despite not having a spouse or children. I must remember that, and be thankful and move on.



  1. Ahhhhh S, I hope you are feeling better. You need to find someone who has some misbehaving, annoying kids to hang out with for a day. That might help you feel better! 🙂

  2. I’m sorry you haven’t been feeling well… I can so relate to the feeling of not being able to move right now… Try to make yourself go for a little walk a few times a day; it usually helps me…

    I love the earlier comment about the annoying kids… 😉

    I hope you have a good weekend! 🙂

  3. You have to consider this – more than half of marriages end in divorce. I’m divorced by the way…and there are lots of married people out there that WISH they were single!

    The grass is not always greener on the other side!

  4. I’ve had the same lethargic “blahs” this past week. You’re right – it’s hard to remember what we need to be thankful for. So I always think of people who are in a worse situation than me, and it suddenly makes me feel like the luckiest person on the planet.

    Here’s to a sunny week ahead of us.:-)

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