I prefer tired over weary in the phrase, though I couldn’t tell you why. Perhaps because it is a more expressive word of my plight? I feel okay otherwise — even my wrists and other joints are on the mend. But I’m low/no energy, and that’s a bit annoying. Is it due to my meds, perhaps? I’m not drowsy or groggy in the slightest, ‘merely’ completely physically exhausted. As all-encompassing as it is, there’s still enough good counter-balancing it that I’ve been able to manage small chores without too much detriment.
On a tangent, a friend posted a link to this scan image on the Mayo Clinic website:
I found it to be a comfort of sorts to see this, ’cause yes — the brain isn’t braining well when I’m depressed. I’m not making anything up, I am not being a drama queen. My brain actually isn’t working, and look, there’s a scientific-medical authority saying so. Really, just seeing that helps clear away some of the lies depression tries to tell me. I’m not sure I can describe it any better than that. Perhaps it will provide some sort of relief to others to see it? I guess I’ll find out when people look at it.
For now, back to trying to caffeine up. 🙂
Very interesting picture. I know when we’re manic it does the opposite and lights up all over the place.
Too bad there isn’t a hand-held home-use brain scanner. That would certainly help pin down the highs and lows!
I too have a colorful brain.
If only the colors were like my dreams – red gold and green? 😉 I couldn’t resist, ’cause Karma Chameleon is a great song.