Sometimes you feel like you are on top of the world. Everything is going your way, life is good, yada yada.

Sometimes you feel like you are scraping rock bottom and it can’t get any worse but wait it just did and THEN the bottom fell out completely.

Then there are days like this.

Meh, but not really meh. Only slightly meh until you realize this is a funk. Everything is foggy. You can’t think, or when you do it doesn’t really make sense. And you think to yourself, possibly even saying out loud in front of a room full of strangers, “what the crap is happening?”  That was me today.

I wasn’t mad and I wasn’t happy. I couldn’t focus and I really wanted to. I knew something was up.

We all have those days. What is hard for me to figure out is am I on my way up or on my way down.

Today I figured out what was up.

Do any of you remember Biorythms?  I remember them from my childhood and had downloaded the app a year or so ago. It’s based on your birthday and cycles you go through – emotional, intellectual, intuitive and physical.  And today this was what mine looked like:

See all the lines at the bottom that are crossing and hitting rock bottom?  That’s my physical, emotional and intellectual self falling off the cliff.  Only my intuition is stellar which is probably why I’m able to analyze the funk and come up with such a scientific observation.

Phew.

At least it’s uphill from here.  Until next time.

Looks like I’m coming up on 20,000 days on earth.  I don’t look a day over 19,000 now do I?

2 Comments on On Top of the Bottom

  1. Lauralee Hensley
    March 16, 2014 at 9:51 pm (3 years ago)

    No, you don’t look a day over 19,000. LOL. You’re so funny sometimes.

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  2. Lauralee Hensley
    February 6, 2014 at 8:12 am (3 years ago)

    It can be crazy if you’re married and you and your spouse are never anywhere at the same time on that scale. On my good days, he’s in his down days (of course he doesn’t know why. On his up days, I’m on my down days (of course I don’t know why). It always seems to swing that way. I have over the years given up on trying to get him in an UP frame of things on his down days, never works. Yet, he still tries to get me into an UP frame of things on my down days, which doesn’t work and just seems to tick me off a bit. I usually think on those days it’s best to be left alone to get through it in your own way, not forced or patted along the flow of someone else’s day or period of time. So, I know you’ll get through it. You’re intelligent and just going back to research your biorhythms again just proves it.

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