We don’t want to go to school or work.
Its the first night in the single digits and I don’t like it. It is literally bone chilling.
I had a nice dinner with my girl and her son.
I have so many errands to run tomorrow. Being an adult sucks.
There are some great college football games on tomorrow. This is motivation for getting those errands done. Its also promoting a lazy day on the couch.
I typed this just before Saturday. Hope everyone’s weekend is a great one.
Lately I’ve felt like life just won’t slow down. I’m constantly on the move, trying to beat the clock. Attempting to keep my head above water.
My son is a ball of energy. Consistently pushing every button, yet able to melt my heart at any moment. He’s in two activities right now and loves them both.
Work, ugh, just the word makes me cringe. Its that time of year. My busy season. But without all you booze hounds, I wouldn’t have a stable career. So I thank you. I’ve dealt with the pressures well and had a pretty damn good November. It shall be a good Christmas!
With little time to reflect, I did pause for a moment last week when I was feeling down. I had one of those days we all have where you question everything and dwell on the bad parts of life. It was Thanksgiving and I had a three hour drive to unload. As cliche as it sounds, it was my only day to regroup.
I got to spend some time with my extended family I haven’t seen in over a year or so. I hugged my dad and I played with my niece. I listened to music. I shopped with my girl. AND I spent an amazing weekend with my boy. Decorated the house, visited Santa and just spent our time being complete kids. Forts, wars, homemade food and tons of laughs.
The truth is, life is good. I have a ton to be thankful for. Just some days I need to remind myself of that.
I feel like I got hit by a truck last night. But damn it was fun. I needed a night out. Work was stressful this week.
Now I need some greasy food and a nap. Babysitting my two nieces tonight, ages 3 and 1. Please pray for me!