Reputedly the most depressing day of the year for many folk. Doesn't affect me at all, or the seasonal depression, luckily. I just tyr and take it as it comes; I think half the trick is to keep busy, always with things coming up to do in the near future - next month, in the garden, spring plans, visits and holidays in summer. Planning can go a long way to lifting the spirits.
Need to try and fit the new bookcase in the sitting room - the little one willl have to go elsewhere, but I know not where..............
Got the cheese out of the press, left to dry off in muslin now; got some parsnip wine started off and ironing done for someone else (studiously ignoring the small Munro lurking in the utility room!), sowed some chillis. Got about 1/3 of the kithcen blitzed yesterday, need to get the rest done - lots going out/recycled - just too much "stuff". Luckily I get attached to very little, and I find it as easy to let go of stuff as I acquire it!!! Easy come, easy go, and I like Freecycle too, when they turn up to collect the stuff and bother to return your e-mails!
Ah well - more tea:0)