Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Rainy Days and Weekdays Always Get Me Down

I've been feeling low recently. Not my mood, which thanks to my lodger, Patrick, has been remarkably buoyant (I'd forgotten how nice it is just to have someone to talk to at the end of the day).

But for whatever reason, the weather, work, etc., I've been feeling so damn tired. Just worn out. All I want to do after work is sit on the sofa and watch TV or go to bed. And it takes everything I can muster to get out of bed in the morning. My arms and legs feel like lead and there are times I wonder if I can make it up the stairs at the end of the day.

This might make sense if I were a laborer of some sort, but I'm a desk jockey.

Anyway, hopefully the weather will change and I'll start feeling better.

My dare/goal/pledge/whatever has been shot to shit. I haven't done anything since last week. But I had a pretty good run, so I'm still coming out of this ahead. Now I just need to get back in the groove.

Last night I watched Another Country (which was based on a play, so maybe that should count for the dare . . . ). Cary Elwes, while certainly still a looker, was so beautiful in that movie (he was 21 or 22 when it was filmed). After that, I watched the first couple of episodes of Six Feet Under.

I'm loving Netflix. Tonight will probably be more SFU and Yossi and Jagger. Then, I start my Buffy/Six Feet Under/Desperate Housewives marathon. Woo hoo!

4 comments:

Tuna Girl said...

Yossi and Jagger has a very hot kiss that I watched over and over again when I was depressed while my husband was away.

And isn't living with Patrick fun? It's exhausting though. Just watching him makes me tired.

Crash said...

Living with Patrick is fun, but now that he's working (ungodly hours, if you ask me), I probably won't see much of him.

Tuna Girl said...

That's why everyone has to pitch in and help get him a real day job. You can call it the Campaign to Make Tuna Girl Stop Worrying Her Head Off. ;-)

God of Biscuits said...

OMG we're about to start watching Desperate Housewives via Netflix, too, since we missed them on TV.

Wow, Grace, we're the same! ;)