Wednesday, February 06, 2008

still a little snowed under

Thank you for all the kind comments. I'm starting to creep out from under the damp heavy blanket of this virus, and it's definitely improving my mood not to spend the whole day hacking and sneezing. This has been a wet winter. I haven't so much snow since the Blizzard of '78, and I wonder how much that has to do with all the junk that's going around.

I plan to go to bed at 9 tonight, just to be safe. I stayed up to watch "The Biggest Loser" last night, which was a mistake. I was sleepy on my commute, so I should have just recorded it. I was very happy with who was voted off, even though there were some pretty spooky comments from that person that sounded vaguely threatening. I was really happy that Super Tuesday went the way it did, too. For once, Ohio's vote in the primary will actually mean something.

I feel I've been focusing on the few negative things in my life too much, and forgetting about all the wonderful changes that have happened in the last four or five months. So far I haven't managed to find anyone to pay me to blog and surf the web, though, so I guess I still have to keep making that commute for now.

3 comments:

  1. posting form Toronto...Were buried in snow here too. Its so hard to stay on a diet when its cold outside and you just want to come home, get warm and snuggle up with some comfort and junk food. Hang in there!! Keep journaling this week.

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  2. Hope you're feeling a little better by now. You guys have certainly had your share of snow and ice, and as togirl said, that just makes us want to hibernate and snuggle in with comfort food and kitties (I added that part).

    It's hard to focus on the positive things sometimes but there have been many of them since I've known you. Let me know if you want reminders :)

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  3. I'm hoping by now, you're feeling a bit better too. You've done a great job with commuting in really BAD weather. (My impression is that it's a more storm-ridden winter than usual for you all in the Midwest.)

    You've had a stressful winter and fall but you're regaining your equilibrium. Spring will be here soon! Hang on!

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