A bit of a sepia day

I don’t often get gloomy, but right now I’m in a bit of a low mood.  Several of the people in my world have been struggling with things for a while and today they are on my mind. 

This time last year was a period of loss, and we all know that anniversary’s are powerful.

I took this photo on this morning’s walk by the river, and the sun came out soon after. The good thing is a slight rise in temperature has improved my energy level, so I expect I’ll bounce back tomorrow.

Have a good week everyone.

 

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14 thoughts on “A bit of a sepia day

  1. I’m sorry, sweetheart. I remember how horrible last year was for you, but I hadn’t realised the anniversary was coming round. It goes so quickly. Bounce back, hon! Life is precious, and so are you. 🙂 🙂

  2. That’s a very atmospheric image, Gilly, suited to your low mood. I’m sorry for your loss and that you have loved ones’ problems on your mind. But as you say, when the sun comes out it lifts our mood and we bounce back. Take care in the meantime and treat yourself gently. Sending love to help you on your way. ❤

  3. Everything everyone else has already said. Hopefully this sunny weather will hang around and help put a smile on your face. it certainly has mine!

  4. The sepia tones really capture your low mood. I’m so sorry to hear you’re struggling. I’m sorry for your loss and for the people in your life who are struggling. Hugs to you and be gentle with yourself, Gilly. xxx

  5. Oh, my dear. Sadness is appropriate, not to be hurried away. The troubles of friends are often harder than our own: nothing we can do usually except love. Your gloom has produced some lovely photos. I hope sunshine, real and metaphorical, breaks through for you.

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