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Oh

I did not know...

There really is no cure for the summertime blues.

I thought that this year would be different. Since so many aspects of me and my life are different. Very different from the way they've been for the last 6 or more years...I foolishly thought Mr. Blue would pass on by this year...Last year he pitched his tent in my livingroom but left shortly after...I was overjoyed to see the back of him...

It seems I woke up next him {Mr. Blue} last week and have been unable to get free since...I wonder if my hives came from Blues presence in my bed?

No interest. No patience. The heaviness, the desire to sleep yet laying pie eyed in the bed...Welcome home Mr. Blue. How long?



Know of anything to take out Mr. Blue painlessly, quickly?


CrowNology

8 comments:

Sophia said...

I think we all tend to feel like Mr. Blue has moved in to stay. =/

"Since so many aspects of me and my life are different." ---- I have felt like this the past few years myself. And for the first time in ages, I don't know where my future will lead me...meaning, I USED to be able to see "where I was going"....not now. Scary at times.

Always thinking of you. Hugs

Andrea~CrowNology~ said...

Sophia...I know you "get this" post...I think of you and your struggles too...Thank you. xoxo

Sunny Rising Leather said...

I think just knowing that he'll never stay indefinitely sometimes must be enough.... I am thinking of you.

xoxox,
Allison

siga said...

Hmmm... What about pouring a bucket of yellow (orange, green, ...) paint over him? I don't know you so well, so giving adwise might be not very wise ;) But due health issues, I knew the Blue, nutrishionist showed him the door ;)

Lorena sometimes ... said...

i go through ups and downs too ...

though i know it is only seasonally temporary (however it occurs during Spring&Summer blues-time), volunteering at the wildlife hospital, and more specifically, feeding baby birds for an entire day one day a week, has given me SO MUCH JOY, and something to look forward to the following week! i wish i could do it everyday!!!

i am worried about feeling blue once there are no more begging mouths (beaks) for me to feed ...

also, when i feel overwhelmed, i try to listen less, or not at all (to media) and go out into nature, and listen to the world ~ maybe some exploring will ease your blues as it does mine.

i'll be thinking of you!
XOxo,
L.

MrsLittleJeans said...

You have selected one of my absolute favorite artists,and I too am thrilled to see the back of Mr Blue...good bye and good riddings I say..xoxo

Andrea~CrowNology~ said...

:)
Just having you comment helps...
Laurie...That would help me so much too...Anything with animals seems to "cure" me too. Sadly there are not many opportunities to volunteer with animals here, esp. without a car...I hope your good deeds keep your whole summer clear of the Blues...xo
Siga...A Mr. Multicolour probably wouldn't have the same downer effect! Would he? I take vitamin D and others but it doesn't seem to be cutting it this year...
Allison...I think a week in your sunny presence would heal me...I'd be good the whole year through...xo
Mona...Eric Clapton is amazing. So amazing that someone stole my CD's. >:\ Perhaps I need some G&O Purr Therapy. Send them up! xo

Stephanie said...

figuring out why he has come to live with you for awhile is the painful part, but worth it.