Bring back the sunshine

I have had this feeling of impending doom for quite a while now.  No matter what I do I just can’t shake it.  The weather here in Melbourne is cold and wet and miserable and it pretty much sums up everyones mood of late.

 I have one friend grieving the sudden loss of her husband. One friend coming to terms with a terminally ill nephew and now the possiblity of fighting cancer herself.

My mother-in-law is unwell, my father-in-law is showing early signs of memory loss. Dexter is still not better, I took him out on a test walk yesterday and  even though we only went around the block by the end of the walk he was limping.  

Then today the icing on the cake was when one of our most difficult clients ever called this morning and created chaos in his usual arrogant and loathful manner.

This client is a pathological lier, he starts off all nice and friendly and the minute things dont go his way, he turns into this horrible bully who tries to intimidate and abuse with his vulgarity.  The mere mention of his name is enough ruin our day. In the span of half an hour he called 7 times this morning.

I am hoping that the weather is what is causing this  bad feeling  and that once the sun is back warming us with its happy rays, this feeling of doom will dissolve.

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26 thoughts on “Bring back the sunshine

    1. Thank you, guess it was just a bad day, we all get them I guess from time to time, it just feels like a lot of my friends are doing it hard at the moment. Thank you for your kind words and well wishes 😊

  1. I’m so sorry that everything seems to be going wrong in and around your life. I have been having some issues myself and would really like the sun to shine again as well. Hang in there!

  2. Best wishes for Dexter…and if you want to borrow Monty the lamb for your difficult client…feel free!

    As the Dad’s Army sitcom used to say…’they don’t like it up them’ and Monty is a specialist!

  3. Hope the sunshine returns soon. I certainly understand how you feel. It seems to be a cliche, but true, that when it rains, it often pours. Fortunately, the sun will eventually return!

  4. Hope things improve soon and you’re back to blogging. I’m very inspired by Rabindranath Tagore right now and would like to share this with you – “Clouds come floating into my life, no longer to carry rain or usher storm, but to add color to my sunset sky.” Hugs

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