Falling Back

Where do weekends go?

The week drags on, especially today, Monday then in a blink of the eye, the weekend is gone. I am really looking forward to the Labor Day weekend coming up. I don’t think I have plans for Labor Day but any long holiday weekend is a good weekend, in my book.

As for this weekend, I had a killer migraine on Saturday and that cancelled my plans for Saturday night.  I just did not feel like going out and my migraine was totally effecting my mood so I just gave up and stayed in.

This week is quiet for me and I am looking forward to it. I already booked 2 classes for the week at Life in Synergy, one Abs and Arms class and one all over workout class.  The days I am not going to Life in Synergy, I will take a walk down to the beach.  I have actually put everything in my calendar. I am trying to be organized.

The weather here is supposed to be really nice this week but I have noticed that at night, it is a little cooler. Fall is on the way.

I was actually was talking to my friend about my lack of excitement to Fall. I hate it because everything dies. Yes, I love apple cider or pumpkin everything but when the leaves fall off of the trees and the grass becomes brown and the days get gray, it just brings me down. I think everything is blah.

Does the weather and change of seasons affect you? It certainly affects me.

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5 Responses to Falling Back

  1. 71º & Sunny says:

    Yes, seasons definitely affect me. I love the Fall, it is my favorite season. All the colors and the cool, crisp air. I always come back to life in the Fall after a hot summer. I definitely do not like winter. The dark days and the cold and all that snow. Ugh. I do tend to have problems with depression in the winter, but I find that keeping busy helps.

  2. I guess I'm a weird one. I love fall and winter, and I start getting a little depressed as spring comes around. I have no explanation for that.Good for you for putting your exercises classes in your calendar. I should do the same!

  3. Sarah says:

    I get sick of most seasons by the time they are ending. Winter is the worst though and I'm just begging for some sun and warmth. I'm lucky to live somewhere that has four distinct seasons and it's usually a nice change when any of them start. Enjoy your long weekend coming up:)

  4. Elizabeth says:

    Actually I adore fall and winter and really feel like I'm in my element during those months. I feel I need to hibernate in spring and summer. I know… the opposite of most people.

  5. Jean says:

    I love Fall and even winter, but I start getting down when we've had gray day after gray day. My Go Lite alleviates this some (Philips goLITE BLU Light Therapy Device)…I use it every day. Perhaps you have SADD? I suffered from that a great deal in Oregon, where Fall and winter are both bleak, damp, and gray (we didn't get the colored leaves and crisp air like on the East Coast). I've often thought it would be nice to plan a short trip to a warm weather area in February to help get me through, but so far since we moved I'm doing fine.

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