I have to say this is day 2 that I woke up with so much energy. Since I didn’t have a grandson sleeping in my living room today I decided to get to work and clean. Mind you, this is like 1:30 in the morning. I tried to handle things that really wouldn’t be that noisy, which mean I waited to vacuum until later in the day when everyone was awake.
While working on cleaning, I’ve been flushing out things we no longer use or have simply hung onto because one day we may use them. That means a lot of old things have found their way to the trash. Poor Hubby Man has taken a ton of loads of garbage down as I try to make room for other things like healthier food in the house.
However, I’m very proud of my house. For the first time in a long time I don’t feel like if someone randomly showed up that I would need to apologize for the post apocalyptic war look to my house. Not only have I managed all of that, but there is plenty of time to get work done as well. So, yay!
Of course, part of that is not only due to my extremely early hours of waking, it is also due to the fact I’ve had this entire week off work. That has seriously been a huge help for me when it comes to accomplishing things. Even if, it meant that in the beginning there wasn’t all that much time to work. I’ve now got my life to where it’ll go even more smoothly and I’ll be able to work as well.
So, keep your eyes out for new books coming your way.
I finally feel like me again. It has been such a long time since I felt like I mattered or that I was even human. Most of the time I just went through my days existing, not really living. My sleep schedule had gotten out of control. I was awake all night and asleep all day. That made things far more difficult when it came to spending time with the family.
Not only that but this new sense of purpose has brought life back to my marriage. I no longer feel as if we are roommates. I’m falling in love with my hubby man all over again.
Now, time for me to get to work.
Until next time, remember to L.O.L. (Live it, Own it, Love it) or it isn’t worth doing.