Rainy Days, Fridays and Feelings.

Feeling blah.

I don’t know why.

I cannot fathom the feeling I am feeling or I don’t know what it is I am feeling.

It’s not the feely feeling one kinda feels when there’s a lot of feeling. haha. Yep, I know, right?!

I am confusing. LOL

There’s something missing but I do not know what. Wooo!

I am feeling keen for the coming days and excited for the opportunities. I am working on a new project and there are a lot of work to be done but I do not have the drive to do it all today, not even yesterday.

I am so overwhelmed today and I do not what from. Ha!

It’s been raining most days which makes things worse. Gah!

Rainy days.. and Fridays.

And feelings.

How dare you, feelings!? How dare you! :/

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sassymikee

We can't choose what stays and fades away. So cherish every moment, pray, love, live and laugh like it's the last. ā€“ Mikee Cane

8 thoughts on “Rainy Days, Fridays and Feelings.”

    1. Hi Ma’am! I have been great, thank you for dropping by. Got too much going on, like flooding coz of too much rain but despite it, I also have great things happening like opportunities and blessings! Hope things are great on your side of the world!

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      1. I hope it’s gonna be a lot of ups than downs Ma’am! How’s the weather so far? Is summer over? It’s great to hear from you and from down there as well. All the best to you and the family! šŸ™‚

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  1. I am feeling regularly anxious, uneasy and out of step with the rest of the world. Not anti-social but “socially unfit.” That about sums it up. Not sure if I am making excuses or genuinely “ill-prepared” and scared.

    I know “blah.” It can’t quite be put into words or pictures, but it hangs overhead like a thick fog of crap. And, motivation to do much of anything seems like an empty gas tank and an engine that won’t “turn over.” It’s a form of depression though I hate to use that word.

    Rain is lovely in small doses. But, I can imagine you’ve seen more than enough. Hopefully, there’s an even greater rainbow after the storm.

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