Do you ever have those days where, after having had a wonderful time doing something, instead of basking in the joyful bliss that typically follows such an event, you find yourself somewhat depressed, as though it ended up being more a reminder of somewhere you are failing at something, instead of a victory in and of itself?
Those really are the odd days, are they not?
Perhaps it would be best to drink more water (than I did today, that is), get more sleep (same as previous), and keep intending and getting the work done. Life often feels like it is falling to pieces, just before the pieces fall into place. 🙂
P.S. It is truly winter in Houston today and tonight. We had a high of 2º Celsius – for real – and it is currently -2º Celsius, with sleet and snow and intense wind gusts off and on. We have a 70-100% chance of snow in the morning before sunrise, with a high of -3º and a low of -8º (also the low tonight), and the entire town closed down earlier this evening, and will remain so at least until Tuesday, when the forecasted high is back up to 3º. I’m not sure I have ever experienced temperatures in Houston so far below freezing in my whole life. Elsewhere, sure, of course, but not in Houston. I do hope it snows a lot tomorrow, and that I get to enjoy it a lot. 🙂
P.P.S. Happy Valentine’s Day, folks! I made themed paleo onigiri today, and had a paleo matcha latte. Both were delicious and satisfying. Photo of the first shown here: