Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Ice Forest and Icy Mood

Southern Tennessee on Sunday
An Ice Forest




Close Up


It was very pretty.



I've been in a funk lately.   A little depressed, a lot of negative thinking.
I know how to preach it, Baybee, but I don't know how to practice it!

I need to change the name of my blog, eh?   I am certainly not amusing lately.

I am too ashamed shy to tell my real weight loss story here.   I've visited some blogs lately where the ladies really put it all out there...the pictures, the numbers...I wish I had that tenacity.   I have a story to tell, that's for sure...with lots of ups and downs.   I know I will be victorious, but at this moment, I am not feeling it.  

If I were to start a private journal with the pictures and the numbers, would anybody want to be a reader?   I may lack the confidence to send invitations out.   Although, if I follow through with making the blog (I have it named) I probably will send out a few invitations.  

I'm really irritable.  Not sure to yell or pout.  I'm sure part of it is hormonal.   Another part is questions, questions, questions that go unanswered.

I need to be studing some Spanish.

I weighed yesterday....official weight (or as official as I can get it because my starting weight was at my doctor's office.   My "now" weight is from my scales.  
At anyrate, it's 14 lbs.

Why do I feel so out of sorts?

Ah, but this will cheer me a little...


6 comments:

  1. if you started a private journal, I would be there

    send an invitation if you do

    I bet it is hormones

    or it is life

    but.........I read today when we are out of sorts and restless or frustated etc we should PRAISE and you know what, I did that today and you know what, it put my life in such a different perspective

    14 pounds is a GOOD thing

    beautiful pictures! ice is pretty but it sure is destructive sometimes, isn't it

    hang in there

    adios

    betty

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  2. Honestly, I felt that I wrote this blog. Truly explains how I am feeling this past month and am afraid to get on the scale.

    Becky

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  3. If you started a private journal I would love to read it. In fact I am thinking about doing the same thing for myself!

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  4. I think of my blog as a refrigerator magnet... if I put it on my fridge at home then people can read it... hence putting it up on the blog.

    I'll say that your feeling.... peevish! ha ha It's a Edwardian Era thing my sister and I use.

    You still amuse me Margaret and I LURVE the close up picture! It looks like mercury dripping on the branch twigs! LURVE IT!!!!

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  5. Those pictures are amazing!! Wow. I hear ya about wight issues and honestly and blogging... I dont think I could do it either. Its a tough road! But if it helps I'll be praying for you!

    Blessings-
    Amanda

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  6. Those ice pictures are awesome... remind me of the way certain times of our lives are. Beauty and life encased in ice and frozen coldness... Mmm that would make a good poem I think. I know that there are certain times during the year that I have to WORK at not being to depressed... I put on Praise Music, listen to comedies, and watch our crazy corgis play, etc. I've also heard that the short days of winter months and the lack of full-spectrum light tends to cause some people to become depressed.

    I know that the winter months are when a LOT of my loved ones have passed away, and that, deep down, my body reacts to that. I've gotten some full spectrum light bulbs to use in the areas where I work in the house during the day and in the evening to also try to counteract THAT problem.

    Weight... I don't even want to GO there. I'm like you and find it so easy to talk all the right things and SO HARD to DO them! I tend to gain during the winter and then spend spring and summer trying to lose it again (BIG SIGH!)

    I'll be praying for you. Your Friend, Linda from Corgi Country

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