Sunday, May 2, 2010

Bad Case of the Blahs

I'm not sure what my problem has been since I got back to Italy. Maybe it's jet lag? Lack of exercise? Maybe just stress? I'm really not sure, but I feel very unlike myself.

I've tried to focus on positive things like my photography or my upcoming trips, but inevitably I keep sinking into a big void of not caring about what I'm doing right now.

Part of the problem is I'm worried about Sean right now. His back is hurt, and if you've read this blog for long you know it's serious enough he could be medically discharged for it. He hurt it again on the way back from R&R and we have no idea what's going to happen to him right now. The thought of getting out of the Army right now in this economy is kind of scary to me, but really if that happens, I'll just have to deal with it. I can't sit here and worry about it.

Here's hoping tomorrow's spin class will put me back on track to my normal self!


J.L.S. said...

I know exactly how scary it was to leave the Army in this economy, but I have complete faith that the two of you will be able to handle it if you do have to do that! Keep your head up and just be prepared for anything! I'll be praying for you!

Crazy Shenanigans said...

It's a scary job economy right now but hopefully everything will be ok and work out. Just remember no matter what you guys can get through it!

Becca said...

If it makes you feel better, I've got that same case of blahs too. I know a bunch of other people around here that do too. Sort of just a general weariness and irritation with being over here.

I hope Sean gets to feeling better soon! There are good and bad points to every outcome. Don't be too hard on yourself for being blah and worried!

Anonymous said...

I am definitely keeping you guys in my prayers right now. I really hope things turn out okay with his back.

I understand how you are feeling. Hubs career is currently in limbo due to medical reasons also. It is scary, but like you said you can't worry about it you just have to keep staying positive and focused.

Michelle Kwasny said...

My husband had major back surgery after being injured in Afghanistan and they were going to med board him out but he fought the process to stay in. I know how stressful it is. I'm sorry :(

sanjeet said...

There are good and bad points to every outcome. Don't be too hard on yourself for being blah and worried!
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♥ Annie ♥ said...

You two are in my thoughts chickadee.