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Monday, November 5, 2007

monday


Anyone else prone to seasonal affective disorder?

This time of year with less sunlight and colder temps, my mood and tolerance levels drop.
I just don't enjoy fall & winter like I used to.
Fortunately for me, I get to travel to Arizona every January.
I am able to stay with Deb's parents and sister Marianne. in a nice 55 & over community
complete with pool, hot tubs, and fitness room.

There is a noon meeting every day where the format is open topic discussion.
The cool part for me is being referred to as the "kid", since most of the folks
are retired and a bit older than me.

Since it's Monday, my work week ends today, until the next shift at the Y on Saturday!
Wheeee....I love retirement!

Anyone else getting spam-slammed by Micky?
He usually writes negative comments to all my posts; I read them for comic relief!
It is so ironic to claim to be a Messiah; then spew angry, unprovoked insults.
Oh well, maybe he will find a chapter in the Bible that addresses loving thy neighbor; without judging them.


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4 comments:

Kathy Lynne said...

I love this time of the year at the beginning then I start to get SAD by February or so. I was getting super slammed by our friend. I have enabled comment moderation so that my readers don't have to be subjected to it anymore. And I can easily delete him from my email. He is a sad soul.

Shadow said...

i usually feel icky towards the end of any given season. when i'm tired of it. when i feel it's time for a change. in the beginning i don't mind the change...

as far a micky? he's nuts. i just delete, delete, delete. no use reading that rubbish!

Fireman John said...

Micky cannot grasp that an alky has had a happy childhood. Listen up micky;
I was a euphoric drinker!
not masking or drowning any pain. I spent 24 years serving my community in Fire Service.
I have spent the last 6 serving the Recovery community
here in NW Connecticut.
FYI...neither career allows the element of rage. What have YOU done to serve your fellow man the last 31 YEARS??

MICKY said...

Fireman John said...
Micky cannot grasp that an alky has had a happy childhood. Listen up micky; I was a euphoric drinker!
not masking or drowning any pain.


Dear Johnny
I imagine you are in denial? You have obviously repressed all your fear and pain (childhood0 and AA is giving you a false sense of security (repressing your terror). You have quite a lot of RAGE, Jack? I imagine you could be quite a dangerous unit - waiting to explode. Unless you are a PSYCHOPATH? I love you, Jack! Do you love me?
I, MICKY, AM A GIFT TO ALL PEOPLE!!

 
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