>I get by with a little help from my friends


I’m not going to pretend I’m all happy go lucky this morning. I’m not. Today is only different from yesterday in a few minor ways:

  • I realized I hadn’t had any coffee in 3 days. Mornings have been hectic and I haven’t made any at work. Maybe it’s bad that coffee provides a little pick me up…after all, caffeine is a drug…but in my current state of mind, I’m not saying no to anything that lifts my mood, even a little, so 2 cups of coffee later and I’m a bit less zombied than I have been the past several mornings.
  • I brought a portable heater to work and placed it under my desk…it has turned my frozen arctic crypt like cubicle into a warm, welcoming pleasant place to spend 8 hours. Well, maybe that’s overkill, but it is nice to not be shivering and rubbing my frozen hands together. Now that they are warmer, my hands can find better things to rub.
  • The sun came pouring through the window just beyond my cubicle and made me smile…amazing how even a brief moment of sunlight can perk a person up. Well, it was either the sun or Diana Prince on top of a building getting ready to kick crime’s ass…

But, the strongest pick me up has been the messages from friends reaching out to offer suggestions, support and just a word of concern. Never underestimate the power of a kind and supportive word. It can completely change a person’s day and mood…

Thanks all.

As long as we got each other
We got the world spinnin’ right in our hands
Baby, you and me
We gotta be
The luckiest dreamers who never quit dreamin’

As long as we keep on givin’
We can take anything that comes our way
Baby, rain or shine
All the time
We got each other
Sharin’ the laughter and love

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7 Responses to >I get by with a little help from my friends

  1. AJohnP says:

    >Definitely Diana Prince.

  2. anne marie says:

    >air hugs, honey! I only wish that they could be given in person! and a few cosmos to ease the pain…love you! smooches!

  3. Alan says:

    >Check your e-mail lately?

  4. Ron says:

    >Hi. Just discovered your blog. I like it. You are open and honest. That's my type of blog. I'll be back.

  5. Kyle says:

    >Unfortunately, the good comes with the bad and there isn't any way to separate them. It is okay to be melancholy. Life is hard to deal with sometimes. The only real comfort we really ever have are the people that care about us. You have lots of people that care about you. 🙂

  6. Raybeard says:

    >Oh, Sean. It's blogs like this and your previous one which bring up-front how FOND of you both I and so many others, are. Dearly hope you can see yourself right through any present 'clouds' and continue to entertain us. When you feel 'down' we go down with you. Love, cuddles and smoochy kisses to you (without forgetting cuddly Clyde too!) Btw Sorry that my comment on your previous blog really should been arsey-versey; meaning that your own well-being should have come well before any comment on 'turning the other cheek' (which I'd meant as referring to religion in particular!) Anyway, go well, my extra-special bear-friend.

  7. Nik_TheGreek says:

    >I've realised that sometimes I get a minor headache / heavy head when I don't have coffee in the morning. It's a form of addiction, I know…

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