Thursday, September 3, 2009

On the Pendulum Swinging

Okay, so I have been gone again. This time I won't make excuses, although I must say that I finally succombed to depression... for a while. I dunno. Depression has a way of sapping one's energies, don't you think?



Ah, well. It can't go on forever, can it?

5 comments:

nunya said...

NO, it can't go on forever. Sometimes music helps. The pachelbel canon and Earl Klugh's "soda fountain shuffle" cds are ones that help me.

Mike of the North said...

Neil suggested that he and I should move in with you for 6 months as a sort of "cure" for your blues... could work, are you up for it?

nunya said...

Dude?

SheaNC said...

er... uh... waking up...

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