Well, no excuses any more. I’ve been following your posts in the last two weeks. I’ve been also feeling bit anxious because it is obvious that we are all feeling overtired and overwrought. Or, let’s put it this way, we sure are not at our peak. Long dark nights, grey days, false jovialness, the holiday season, the overeating… there really are so many reasons for feeling out of sorts. The question is what can we do, what company can we offer, or what wise words can we extend to each other, to lift this miasma of melancholy.
I know that we are here for exercise. But, aren’t we also here to help each other in times like these? Suggestions would be very appreciated.
The only thing that helps me is either music or poetry. So, if you feel that it is at all appropriate, I’d like to publish a bit of both. I don’t want to do it though without your approval, since this was not actually what the original intent was.
As for my (bi-monthly) weekly report, overall not so bad… in the last two weeks I’ve swung like Jane between the sublime (one day in Berlin 17,000 steps and counting! Gosh, was I pooped) and the seriously stagnate (a few days of not moving out of the apartment or away from my computer).
It seems to me that we have to find some way to keep each other on track. And suggestions?
P.S. Promise to do more commenting. Things should go slower in the next weeks.
P.P.S. I’ve joined a fitness studio. Don’t really like those things, but my husband is in dire need of getting out of the house and getting more physically active. He’s younger than I am and yet to hear him complain about hips and knees and whatnot, you’d think he was an old man. So, off we go… for a year, if this doesn’t work, we’ll have to try something else next year.