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  • Does a (virtual) hug help? Probably not. But here’s one anyway…just in case! ***HUGS!!***

    December 08, 2008
  • Michelle

    So you are Solar Powered!

    I have a girlfriend like that (I don’t mind any weather – doesn’t seem to affect me), and she moved to Queensland (top of Australia) with work, but it suits her so much because she is so much happier.

    December 08, 2008
  • river

    Huh???

    December 08, 2008
  • Ah, the winter. Have some hot chocolate & relax. You can get through it. What a beautifully written post.

    Rachaels last blog post..Proposition 8: The Musical

    December 08, 2008
  • That sounds right about how I am too. I suppose I should be thanking god (or someone) that Amy was born in Spring and that this little one is due in Summer.

    (((hugs))) You know where I am if you need me, okay?

    Veronicas last blog post..Stretchmarks and all

    December 08, 2008
  • Don’t give up! You are stronger than you think:)))

    kompostelas last blog post..Game to Develop Your Toddler’s Little Fingers Skills

    December 08, 2008
  • Janelle

    ((hugs)) !! Don’t think you are alone. I just think winter brings out the “best” in all of us. :)

    Janelles last blog post..Random Happiness

    December 08, 2008
  • move to arizona! It’s helped me out. don’t move to michigan, that was my worst year. HUGS!

    Karas last blog post..Been a rollercoaster!

    December 08, 2008
  • Ashley @ mrs007.net

    I hate the winter too…Coupled with PMS it makes me very irritable and unpleasant. It’s not all bad, and wearing my hubby’s Timberland socks helps me feel a little warmer. Hang in there it’s TN…it could be 74 degrees tomorrow 😉

    Ashley @ mrs007.nets last blog post..PMS meets Make a list Monday

    December 08, 2008
  • I am in CT and hate the cold weather. Not only is it cold, but it gets dark too early. They really need to get rid of Daylight Savings Time. Most people don’t want it. Our cold weather lasts for a long time and I always complain that it is not fit for humans. lol

    Jeans last blog post..Glamour Magazine’s Woman Of The Year 2008 – Ten Year Old Nujood Mohammed Ali

    December 08, 2008
  • Sending up warmth from Florida.

    Angie [A Whole Lot of Nothing]s last blog post..You’re My Only Hope

    December 08, 2008
  • I just started vitamin D that is supposed to help this a lot in the winter due to Vitamin D deficiency. I will let you know if it actually works! :)

    Special Ks last blog post..Quick! Before Mama finds me!

    December 08, 2008
  • Chris

    Great post. I choose to read it metaphorically, and it’s a perfect description of that painful spiral that inevitably follows a high. I know they say that you can’t have mountaintop experiences without going through valleys, but that doesn’t make the valleys any more pleasant.

    December 08, 2008
  • I’m with Chris. It said, in words better than I could put together, exactly how I feel. So hopeful and so despairing. Beautiful post.

    Barbaras last blog post..342/366 – Cold

    December 08, 2008
  • Don’t get any slobbers on the slide, okay? You’ll make it that much more slippery for the next guy.

    lceels last blog post..Mea Culpa Redux

    December 08, 2008
  • I’m not clear as to how to interpret this, but off the top of my head…I was pregnant last winter and extremely depressed. I felt like a mime trapped in a glass box….I missed the greenery. The color. White can be so blinding. ( especially up here in the frozen f^&*( tundra…;) Everyday seems like a blizzard….Hark? What is that I hear, spring is on the way! :)

    Take good care of yourself and that bump! Being pregnant is a full time 24-7 job….whew.

    Jennifer S^Ns last blog post..Sophie is growing up so fast….slow down child!

    December 08, 2008
  • Love the analogy — I feel that way some days during winter, but we lived for years were it was cold but sunny more than cold and gloomy. Now we live were it isn’t peticularly cold but it is gray, gloomy more than sunny during the heart of winter (Jan. and Feb.) I think I prefer the cold and sunny.

    again — nice writing.

    Patsy Bains last blog post..To Do and Soon and Unconscious Mutterings

    December 08, 2008
  • This line from one of my favorite novels has always lifted me up:

    In the depth of winter I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer.
    Albert Camus

    Here’s to finding your invincible summer, Lotus.

    Merediths last blog post..How I spent Black Friday

    December 08, 2008
  • […] Yesterday’s post is an illustration of the Seasonal Cycle I’ve identified in myself. It’s a literary painting, in extreme, of the way I almost always feel the worst during the bleak months. I have never been diagnosed by a professional, so I am loathe to apply any kind of disorder or condition by name (and I really dislike it when other people do that, with all manner of psychological disorders). […]

    December 09, 2008
  • 3 words:

    Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).

    Something tells me you may already know all about that….since you are a psych major and all.

    A Jill of All Tradess last blog post..Stoked!

    December 09, 2008

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