Mumbles … Inertia (FOWC)

The Encarta Dictionary defines inertia as “apathy, inability or unwillingness to move or act…” I can relate to that. My depression has kept me pretty quiet and “out of the loop” the last week or so. I have certainly had the unwillingness to do much of anything. Even reading has seemed like an unreachable goal, and now I am 2 to 3 days behind which makes the possibility of catching up even more unsurmountable.

Depression takes the fun out of anything and everything. It drains energy and leaves me feeling alone and useless. It has been a challenging to just do daily tasks, something more like harnessing my creative muses seems impossible. But I made it through the last of the Word Press prompts and this is my feeble attempt at writing for the new daily prompt from Fandango (Fandango’s One Word Challenge or FOWC). I do hope you take a look at his challenge and join in.

In the meantime I am finally moving forward some and concentrating on making it though this wave of depression. I have the support of my doctors, family and friends that I cling to at these times. I hope you forgive me for not keeping up like I should. I promise to read all posts and complete the prompt challenges as my energy levels will allow. Thanks for being patient with me.

13 thoughts on “Mumbles … Inertia (FOWC)”

  1. I just read this again and need to thank you for your never ending support and encouragement. Even through your darkest of the dark times you have been there for me, and that deserves a huge thank you and hug! You are very dear to me Leigha. Thank you for all you are and for all you do! Hugs & Love 🙂❤️

    1. I am at a loss for words. Your friendship is very special to me too. You are a talented, funny and caring man who deserves all the praise I give. Thank YOU for being The Tennessee Poet! Love and (((HUGS))) back to you!

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