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Not so good day today,

December 11th, 2010 at 03:30 pm

but then again people going through very difficult times right now would say that they wish they had a day like mine. I guess I'm trying to be positive. Well, hubby and I went out to lunch by ourselves (sons were home completing their house chores). When we were done with lunch we had to pick up a few items from Walmart. Upon arrival, I realized that we lost my cell phone. Husband went back to the restaurant to check if anyone had returned the phone. It was an old phone (I've had for over 4 years now)but really there was no need to replace the phone any time soon. We turned off the service and got a new cell phone and luckily we were up for an upgrade. I decided to get the cheapest phone I can get since I don't have a text or internet package on my phone anyway. After the mail-in-rebate it cost us $29.99+tax. The salesclerk was very nice to us and gave us a phone charger for free.
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I'm also feeling the effects of SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) with the weather being so cold and the somewhat gloomy skies. I'm going to try my best to keep myself busy because I think its going to be a very difficult and long winter for me. I've decided that I'll visit my Mom and sibblings in Florida sometime in February. My right ear also hurts. I'm just a total mess! Please don't mind me.

Have a great Sunday!






9 Responses to “Not so good day today,”

  1. creditcardfree Says:

    Pamper yourself. Take a hot bath, curl up with some nice tea and a book. Think positive. It is all going to be good! I'm telling myself the same things...because this time of year can be tough for me as well.

  2. NJDebbie Says:

    Thank you for your wonderful advice. That's exactly what I'm going to do right now. Nice hot shower, tea, surf the net and get ready to watch Downsized and 'Til debt Do Us Part.

  3. ThriftoRama Says:

    For me, getting a lot of cardio exercise helps lift my mood in winter. It makes a pretty amazing difference.

  4. NJDebbie Says:

    ThriftoRama, my son mentioned the same to me this morning. I have to get my body moving.

  5. creditcardfree Says:

    I agree with the exercise as well. Twenty minutes of walking can do wonders. Do you have an indoor mall to visit during non peak times? You can often walk inside there for free, sometimes before stores open. Or a few sessions of stairs, two minutes at a time, counts too!

  6. miclason Says:

    Im going to upload something for you in my blog in a few minutes!!!

  7. CB in the City Says:

    Be sure you get as much natural sunlight as you can. I understand that has a lot to do with SAD. When I used to work in a basement office I tried to make sure I went upstairs at noon and at least looked out the window if it was too cold to go outside.

  8. patientsaver Says:

    Why not get one of those lamps that mimics natural daylight? I hear they really work well.

  9. Jerry Says:

    I am glad that you were able to replace your phone for so cheap, that leads to something good, anyway. Many phones are ridiculously expensive these days, and without insurance (I always lose mine) it scares me to get a nice one! I second the lamps/Vitamin D ideas, by the way...
    Jerry

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