Pulling Out of the Mental Funk

I’ve been in a “mental funk” since Monday night.  I initially thought it was food, but now I think it’s more complicated than that.

Anyway, I feel better now.  I haven’t ridden my bike since Monday, but I will tomorrow.  The weather forecast is calling for a chance of rain, so maybe I’ll get wet.  Big deal.

I’m just a couple hours away from seeing The Pink Floyd Experience.  I almost skipped going, even though I already bought the ticket, but my improved mood has helped.  The last thing I need to do is hide at home all the time.

6 thoughts on “Pulling Out of the Mental Funk”

  1. You’ll be good Dave. It sounds like you’re wrestling with the end-of-winter funk and it just feeds on itself. Get out tomorrow and Friday when it’s warm, even in the rain, and think of me, at tennis practice or helping with homework. I miss riding and the physicality of it, but I also can’t seem to make myself ride from 5.15-6.15 because my work days are now 10.5hrs, non-stop, every day of the week. I’m just tired.

    You gotta get those miles in for that 40-miler in a few weeks. Have fun doing it.

  2. I hope you are feeling better, and I hope you had a good time at the concert. I love Pink Floyd. You’ll have to tell us how it was!

  3. The concert was great. The guys who make up this band are all incredible musicians. There were times that it was easy to think that it actually was Pink Floyd, but in a smaller venue. 🙂

    The lighting, effects, and sound were all top-notch. Every musician got his chance for a solo on his instrument. The saxophone portions were really good.

    I do feel better. I didn’t ride at all today though. I spent the time to fix the flat tire on Nermal last night, and still didn’t ride today. I’ve been slowly gaining weight all week. I need to get busy again.

  4. Long time no read!

    I thought about you during the ice storm last month, but didn’t check in.

    Keep up the good work! You might think you have fallen behind, but you are so far ahead of some of us. It is an encouragement everytime I come here.

    I have not been on my bike yet this year! Please don’t laugh…

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