I love this entry's title. When the words came out of my mouth, I said, "Oh, I have to write that down, that's a good one." It sounds like it should be a song or something, lol. I just happened to be loading dishes into my dishwasher (got the urge to actually DO something with myself today), and some cocoa powder remnants drifted off one of my dishes into the prewash compartment on the washer door. Hence. I just know that there's some life analogy there - like we could all use a little sweetness in the not fun parts of life (cause let's face it, dishes aren't really high on most people's list of fun things). However, I'm not really eloquent enough to properly put it into words lol. If you think of a better one, leave it in the comments! I'd love to hear what you think. :)
Admittedly, I was going to clean all day today, but didn't really get around to doing anything until 2pm because I slept so long. I woke up this morning feeling...heavy. Not heavy like fat, but you know when you sleep really deeply and you wake up feeling almost more exhausted than when you went to bed? That kind of heavy. Ironically enough, I weighed myself today and I've lost another 5 pounds. That makes 25 pounds in about 4 months. The weird part? I've done NOTHING! Nothing. Not a thing. I've basically stressed it all off. Not really the diet I would recommend, but I won't complain about the weight loss. Anyway, so I was slow as molasses this "morning" (it was more like noon when I finally drug out of bed) and when I did get around to doing things, I went first to Target to get TP and paper towels...because I was out of both and the situation was pretty dire. I've been avoiding it as long as I can, seeing as every time I go to Target I find 4,508 things that I just *can't* live without. I was really forced into it this time though, seeing as I was out AND I have a friend coming to stay with me, and it's sort of rude to request that your guests bring their own roll of toilet paper in their carry-on.
I really haven't done much of anything in eons, and I think that's when it all started to go downhill. I do tend to have a bit of winter depression, which I thought wouldn't really bother me this year, being in a place that's so warm most all the time. However I think it's the sunlight that I need, and thanks to daylight savings and our Earth's rotational wanderings, there's really nowhere I can go fix that. It's ok though. Do any of you have this problem? What do you do to keep from getting the Winter Doldrums?