Update*** I do feel better now. We went and bought some plants that I plan on putting in the ground tomorrow. Working with the dirt always makes me feel better. I almost didn't post this blog, but hey, what's a blog without sharing the good and the bad.***
I don't feel right. It seems like there is a cloud hanging over my head and I think I've figured out what it is. I'm suffering from a case of the mundane.
Every day it seems like it's the same thing. Wake up, walk over toys, promise to put them up when I get home, go to work, come home, cook dinner, pick up half the toys, and go to bed.
I probably feel more like this tonight because I don't have exercise to kick those endorphins in gear. But even that is frustrating. I've really been dedicated to going to Boot Camp and trying to eat right, but those last ten pounds of baby weight just don't want to budge.
I'm trying to find the positive; trying to be in the Word; trying to get outside more so I don't feel cooped up; and trying to remind myself that this season of sacrifice will pay off one day.
I'm hoping to listen to last week's sermon on fear, but my CD player has decided to eat all of my CD's. Fear of the future is probably the darkest part of the cloud that is hanging around.
Tomorrow is a new day. We have a fun family outing planned and then we get to see some of our old friends on Sunday. Does anyone have an umbrella in case the cloud brings a downpour?