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#123499 - 01/02/07 09:04 PM inertia/ennui
froggy12 Offline
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Registered: 11/12/06
Posts: 527
Loc: Marlboro, MA 01752
The last few days I have been underwhelmed by everything. This happens every now and then so I wonder if it's part of my depression crap.
I don't want to do anything. Procrastination now seems like I'm in the fast lane, because I can't even get there. Maybe I should stop playing with slugs.

I get into trouble when in this condition and it takes more than a stick of TNT up my butt to get me going. Sounds kinky, but y'all know what I mean. Is it the seasonal stuff? I am tired of my therapist. I get the impression that I entertain her since I tend to be candid. I'll play joker on my terms. Or am I going through male middle-age menopause, again. It is a state of mind.

Can't even ribbit properly.

dawdling frog :rolleyes:

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#123500 - 01/02/07 10:17 PM Re: inertia/ennui
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Hey frogzoid, dont fall off your lily pad, the slugs in my garden need you desperately.
Depression is a bad thing, and sometimes it really drives me crazy.

Its always best to think, OK! Something good is round the corner for a change, if not, do something positive to make it happen.

I too feel so lethargic :p

always do, ribbit,

ste

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#123501 - 01/02/07 11:28 PM Re: inertia/ennui
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I'm thinking about taking a train trip across the US or Canada. I do need a vacation and not in a locked ward where I have been a guest. My cynicism got me through and out and I outraged my Oriental psychiatrist who was rude and insulting, to me and to others.

She lost it when I said something to her in a very quiet voice - in the day room. She jumped up screaming and ran out. I got some applause because was a bitch. An arrogant bitch, pure and simple. Don't mess with Taurus Frog.

ta dah! froggy

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#123502 - 01/03/07 02:15 PM Re: inertia/ennui
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Bull frog, I think she needs a good therapist herself \:D
Go on your trip, it will do you so much good,

ste

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#123503 - 01/03/07 02:45 PM Re: inertia/ennui
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Take the trip Froggy. It sounds really good to me right now. I'd suggest across Canada. Don't procrastinate, just go for it. It will be good for you.

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#123504 - 01/03/07 03:25 PM Re: inertia/ennui
sis Offline
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Registered: 10/05/06
Posts: 195
Loc: Arizona
Depression!! Tis the season. A trip sounds great. GO for it... I hope you have a happy new year and good luck on your trip. light and luv, cathy


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