Everything's good right now. Nobody is sick, dying, or dead in my immediate circle of loved ones. The weather is fantabulous this week; no rain in sight till early next week (at least right now, anyway). Nobody has been mean to me. We aren't in horrible debt, at least no more so than usual. We have plenty of food (too much is more like it).
I've been like this since yesterday afternoon. I did wear myself out yesterday, by mid-afternoon even. So I'm thinking I'm just tired.
I've gone through these little times enough to know that it will pass, probably quickly, and I'll be my usual head-in-the-clouds
I have friends and family who have things I wish I could fix for them. Some little, some big. But not one of them is something that I can do one thing about. So when I read in I Peter that I should humble myself and cast my cares on the Lord, it spoke to me loud and clear. When I fret over what I can't fix, I'm basically lifting myself up to God's level and upset when I can't do God's job. I have to humble myself and own up to God that I can't do a thing for the people I care about; that's His job. Then I have to give those cares to Him and let Him take care of them.
So I sat down and cried a little, and yes, even whined over what I can't do anything about. I told God all the little things I was carrying around on my shoulders, and then I gave them to Him. It's real easy to go back and get 'em, too, let me tell ya! LOL But I learned all over again that God cares about my cares.
Thank you, Lord! Things are looking up already!