Wednesday, December 10, 2008



I'm in a bit of a funk today. Not exactly sure what's wrong with me. I don't want to work--all my current tasks are boring--and my energy level is low. My eyes feel heavy and itchy, as though I didn't get enough sleep, even though I had my usual eight hours. I feel alternately mildly nauseated and hungry.

Anyhoo. This, too, shall pass. I suspect I am just suffering from a little post-vacation/post-wedding letdown. It's not an uncommon thing.

I have a laundry list of things I need to get done at home, but last night I did none of them. The only things I accomplished were writing a few thank you notes (surprisingly, some friends/family have sent us money and gift cards after our elopement) and uploading my snorkeling photos to the computer. Otherwise, I did nada. Well, I did go to the gym, as planned.

If my current state of mind continues, I can see this evening being more of the same.



Lisa said...

HMMM sounds like pregnancy symptoms to me! :-) Wouldn't that be awesome to have conceived while in Hawaii.
Congratulations to you and MM by the way and I hope you feel better soon.

Land family said...

Post vacation let down. Totally normal. Or pregnancy! :p

Hope you feel well soon.

Liise said...

MM HMM My first thought was OMG SHE IS PREGNANT.

But I don't "get" that you think it is that, so I let it go.

Are you pregnant? :)

Valerie said...

LOL at all of the comments. I was wondering the same thing but figured you'd mention it if you had news (or inklings, for that matter). :)

TUWABVB said...

I'm so behind in reading my favorite blogs - so please excuse this tardy note. I just wanted to let you know that I was SO, SO, SO depressed after our wedding and honeymoon. It lasted for a long time - I'm not sure what brought it on, but a little post-fetivity deppression is normal. I think just coming back to the "normal" life is a bit anti-climatic. Don't let it take over though - it sucked me in for months and it was a waste of time. I just needed to start enjoying married life and get over the fact that I wasn't a bride anymore.