The utter dreariness of the day has gotten to my third eye and shut me down, I am struggling to motivate or enthuse about anything. These days of January and February are just awful, waiting for the frozen white stuff to arrive and then depart. I hate having to have the lights on all day, it makes me want to go back to bed, but it also makes me not want to get up of a morning either.
Still toying with the idea of an online course in ‘something’, there is an interesting site called Alison which has several online courses but still nothing really grabs me. I am quite interested in their IT Web course it is only 15 hours and covers most I have self-taught. I think I would like to find something more to do with English History but I do not want to spend any money, it would be different it these things were leading towards a job or occupation but really it is just something to spark an enthusiasm and expand some knowledge.
My eye lids are down to my knees and it is only jus gone 2pm!
I really really do need something new to get my teeth into ………
My mind is germinating a seed that things are coming to a close and changing [again], things around BCUK have gone from bad to worse and has meant that a fab blog buddy is leaving the site [promising to return as a reader], a group I am a member of is flagging and I think we are all struggling to create joyful, entertaining, amusing activities, a friendship is on the wain again … I am trying to assume it is the gloom that is flagging all these things up, but my cynical, suspicious nature is telling me otherwise.
My book at the moment is The Scarlet Letter – written by Nathaniel Hawthorn in the 1850’s, the language is a bit tedious but I shall persevere.