14 thoughts on “When Your Get Up and Go Has Got Up and Gone …

  1. Sending you huge hugs too. Maybe you suffer a bit from that SAD too? The dark mornings and dull days really don’t help when you’re feeling listless.

    I look forward to seeing you next week and putting the world to rights. Hang on in there. It will improve and the huge amount of sleep is your body’s way of telling you that you need it xxx

    1. Thanks, Jessica. Yes, I do seem to get very low in January every single year. Looking back at old Facebook posts has confirmed that straight after Christmas I usually get a really bad cold or chest infection and that my spirits plunge. I don’t know why. It might be SAD. I know I hate grey skies. I start to struggle a bit from autumn onwards and nothing lifts me like the sight of those first daffodils. It’s like all the gloom is about to end. But I know I have to get outside more. That’s definitely my game plan for this week. Xx

  2. Your post is full of sunshine and that’s a great sign. All you can do is keep feeding the soul with food, films, chocolate and writing. This is the perfect winter diet.

  3. Bless you Sharon, I hope you get better soon. Almost everyone I know has been unwell – whatever bugs are around this year are determined to stay, but they won’t.
    Know what you mean about weeping, I was sobbing at the Big Bang Theory last week, Sheldon and Amy’s wedding, I’ve seen it millions of times before, first time I’ve blubbed though -because of the lurgy!

    Looking forward to the next Belle witchy book (no pressure) seriously, I have loads of books on my list so take your time.

    Re SAD, I take high strength vitamin D tablets I forgot to re-order them in December – hence catching the cold.

    Take care, Sam xxxx

    1. Thanks, Sam. Never thought about vitamin D. I must be seriously low on that having been indoors for weeks. I watched an old Big Ban Theory the other day where Sheldon couldn’t get a song out of his head and then realised it meant he loved Amy. Sobbed at that one! Never cried at BBT before. Yes, it must be the lurgy. I’ve started the next Castle Clair book, honestly. Hoping to get on and finish it in the next few weeks x

  4. I could have written that post. I relate to the tears and the tiredness and sleeping forever. Poor you. I do sympathise. It’s a shame you’re not closer. We could have tea and tears together. Feel better soon xxx

  5. I could have written this post. I can relate to the crying and tiredness. Poor you. It’s a shame that we don’t live closer. We could have tears and tea together. I do hope you feel better very soon. It’s horrid feeling to be so low. I do sympathise. Sending lots of love xxx

  6. Totally with you on this one, Sharon. I’ve (so far) escaped the dreaded lurgy, but haven’t been outside the door for months which Isn’t natural. If you get a chance, spend five minutes in the garden, or walk to the corner of the road and back to get some fresh air. Should you happen to succumb to some chocolate on the way we won’t tell, (as long as you share it!) 😀

    1. Haha! I’m really trying not to succumb. I am definitely making the effort to get out each day. I hope you keep managing to avoid the lurgy! It’s horrible xx

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