Teachers in control. Your worksheets. Your word games.

Teachers in control. Your worksheets.  Your word games.
Just what you've been looking for. With this program, you call the shots.

Thank you, but I am an Award-Free, Tag-Free Blog.

Thank you so much for caring. Instead of an award, won't you Follow an' share your comments? I'm truly glad you are here. ~ Yaya

My Free Copyright Registered & Protected

Monday, May 3, 2010

My Happiness Is Hiding Out...

     I'm feeling a bit of nostalgia or something this morning.  Actually, I don't know if you would really call it nostalgia.  Prob'ly falls more into the category of melancholy.  Don't wanna' do this.  Don't feel much like doing that.  Should prob'ly take care of that over there; don't really feel in the mood, though, ya' know?

     You ever feel like that?  Just not feelin' like applying your whole heart to ANYTHING that really ought to be taken care of?  Agh!  I hate those kinds of feelings.  Its kinda' like that nasty taste that crosses your tongue when you try a new food that looked really good... just BEFORE it touched your tongue.

     Trouble is, I have many projects that I'm excited to jump into.  That is, until this awful Moooooood struck me with such force.  I don't often have these kinds of moods, actually.  Most of the time, I think I have my head very comfortably tucked into the clouds, where I can pretend that life is all roses and buttercups, ya' know?  I like the cloud that was invented for that very purpose.  It just makes sense to me.

     Now, if you were to ask me what triggered this moment I'm having, I'd hafta' say that I honestly don't know.  Contrary to this feeling I can't seem to shake, everything is going very well in my life.  My good hubby-buddy is treating me like the princess I'd like to become.  I love my home.  I'm being published and paid on a regular basis.  Everyone in the family treats me with the utmost love and respect and I have just finished watching the movie Nine for prob'ly the ninth time.  As you can see, I have the world in the palm of my hands and I cannot even imagine any more perfect life than I am having.  Life is just good.

     Do you ever have days like that?  Just, well... Bleh?  I hope not.  I sincerely hope not.  I do hope you'll return on one of my better days, when the joy is more apt to spill out over the edges.  I think I might be just a little more fun on those days.  And I hope you are having an outstanding day.  Until the next time, keep a hug on.

 ~ Yaya


sissie said...

Yep, I have those days too. I often wonder what triggers it, but I ususally just give in to the mood and get over it by the next day and lo and behold my happiness is back in full force!

Hope your comes back soon.


lynn said...

I know exactly how you are feeling. I have those days too! Hope it passes quickly for you!

KarenG said...

Yes, yes, and yes again. And the scary thing about those days/moods is the fear that happiness is gone forever. But it isn't, it just flits away for a time and then comes back to light on your shoulder once again.

Kathy's Klothesline said...

Doesn't everybody have those moods? Sometimes I can push past by doing a project I enjoy; but sometimes I just have to succumb and let it pass on it's own. Such is life. Makes you appreciate the highs all the more.....

Tricia said...

Curl up with a good book and take the day off. Nap if you want to. Tomorrow will probably look brighter if you do. I am praying for you. God bless.

Andrea said...

Yes, I have those days. Sometimes, they make me appreciate the days where my heart is full of joy.
Blessings, hugs, and prayers,

alicia said...

We all do... we just don't all admit it.

Amy Allgeyer Cook said...

I'm sorry you're having one of those spells. I get them too; it looks like most people do. I'm sure it will pass and when it does, think how bright everything will be. :) xoxo

Sharon K. Mayhew said...

I know what you mean...I have those days too. I'm sure you'll be back to your normal perky self tomorrow. Maybe you just needed a rest?


Hema P. said...

Yaya, I'm sorry you're not feeling like your cheerful-self! I think everyone has these 'down' days that creep up on us with no obvious rhyme or reason. But I feel there's a silver lining to them too -- once you get out of them, the same colors around you look more vibrant than ever and you tend to hear even the softest bird cooings that you would've missed before and you laugh more easily.

Hang in there, and keep that hug on. Hugs are the best medicine, I believe! :)

Help! Help!

Help! Help!
Do you know Orealee Thompson?


NaNo Junky

NaNo Junky
I'm playing ~ ~ ~ are you?



http://Click Here!