|Teresa Johnson nee Mc Monagle|
Membership Level: Basic
Quoting: vicky codling nee bassett
Good morning all. Wendy I hope you feel more cheerful soon, msut be the time of year as we are all feeling blue.
Margaret you had a BAD day for sure, hope today is better and that Phil has no after effects.
Short post this morning but Ian is off out on a job and wants to run the virus scan before he goes.
Have anice day everyone
Last edited by vicky codling nee bassett
Hi Vicky, please don’t give in to the dreaded SAD condition. I must be really weird because I really can’t say it has ever bothered me that I’m aware of. Maybe it was growing up in Scotland with it’s much darker winter skies and being used to it? Could be, I don’t know, as I’m an upbeat kind of person to start with.
Maybe it was my years being a children’s nurse with some heartbreaking sights that makes me more aware of what I have to be thankful for. I like to watch the Great Ormond’s Children TV progs and that can be heart wrenching but I just cannot feel down when I see those brave kids with beaming smiles.
Oowerr! got all serious there - sorry about that but you know what I mean. I’m telling it purely from my own point of view, not trying to belittle what is afterall, a very serious condition for some. Heck I’m spending Christmas in a country that has the highest suicide rate in Europe because of SAD! I only hope I don’t add to their problems
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