Friday, September 28, 2007

Fighting the Funk

Because these days coffee doesn't seem to be cutting it, I bring myself a list of things that should fight my funk.

Having lunch with a friend from long ago and far away, because it's right now and she's not so far away. Being able to rearrange my schedule to do that with relative ease.

Discovering a new outlet right next door to another outlet that I really, really like. If only ATL would move in next door to both of them.

Having the sense to leave a conference part way through it because it didn't fit my needs and the presenter was sucking the life out of me. No, I'm not being dramatic.

Trying to prioritize the reasons that I do what I do. Hearing our treasurer articulate that the congregation didn't call me to deal wtih advertising marketers, and that he'd be happy to call the ah-hem representative back.

Getting over some guilt.

Giving myself peptalks, and perhaps some actual therapy.

Recognizing the funk, even if I don't know what to do about it.


more cows than people said...

(((pink shoes)))

here's to victory over funk.

Kathryn said...

Hear hear! And hugs and prayers as you battle xx

RevSharon said...

Funk -- good word. Thanks for the thoughts that are timely to my own journey right now.

P.S. an after-thought said...

I experiences some good belly laughs the past two weekends which I think will help with my funk. I was starting to wonder if I had some depression, or "almost depression."

Can you get together with someone who helps you let go and just laugh out loud?

Hot Cup Lutheran said...

funk is in the air~ everywhere and all around... well cheers to fighting the funk. i hope roctober snaps the funk out of the atmosphere!