Tuesday, January 13, 2009

January blues!!

Its a set up from the beginning. They get you all excited and happy for Halloween, Yeah candy woohoo. Then comes Thanksgiving, I mean how great to just eat and eat and eat. Then before you know it Christmas is here and we all are merry and happy with excitement and wonderment for the big day. Then we get to party hardy bringing in the New Year. Woohoo 2009 how fun, the night is full of friends, family and craziness. Then they do it to you ( who are they you ask, well you know who you are and I'm not happy with you) January and February hit, they are the two worst months of the whole year. Its freezing outside, no one is out and about, its like a ghost town outside. Undoubtedly its the time we all get sick, (At least I am.) There is nothing to do but stay home with a bunch of stir crazy children. So I say get rid of January and February and lets head right into March when the grass starts turning green and little tulips start popping through to say hello. If anyone has any suggestions how to get me though these next two awful months please share your ideas with me. Until then I'm (depressed in January) signing out!!

10 comments:

Jes and Elvin said...

I agree!!! I usually love the winter months because of all the great skiing, but not this year. I must be depressed that I'm turning 30 this year. My body knows it and is shutting down. Therefore, I don't excited about anything anymore. Being 30 can't be good!

Merilee said...

I hear ya! I have just started bundling the kids up and taking them outside despite the cold. I'm sorry you are sick. It seems to be going around.
We need to get together again soon. Hope you start feeling better. I'll all you.

Ginnie said...

I am so with you! Although, I haven't minded january this year. It's kind of nice to have one month of nothings after having several months of party and crazy. Plus we all know you want it to get to march so that you can just celebrate your... I mean, my birthday. :)

KBlack said...

Well, you could always move to CA. It's already 80 degrees this week. But that would only solve your cold weather problem. I wish kids new the meaning of taking a day off!:)

Tara said...

Yep pritty much sucks. I try to not think about it, just stay busy, lots of nights out. Before you know it we'll be a year older in March. Chin up you have meeeeee!

NAT said...

I hear ya. That's why I bought a new robe and some Oreo's. Nothing like sitting on my fat butt watching TV all night after the kids have gone to bed. :)

Shannon said...

DITTO!

Chelsea said...

Every year I go through this! It's seasonal depression, I tell ya! Last year was the worst by far for me! I decided that the only way to get through it was to run more....Maybe I'll think I'm outside when I'm really on the treadmill..

Ed and Ivy said...

I am totally with you, I can't even motivate myself to go to the gym or anything. One thing that helps me is to plan a trip...nothing big, just a long weekend or something at the end of February or beginning of March, it gives me something to look forward to which helps me get through it.

Malisa said...

I totally agree! I need to live where there is no winter and I could lay at the beach 24/7/365.