2020 · January

Days That Go Too Fast

Hello, Readers!

I swear it was just three in the morning and I was getting up to get things done. The first thing I always do is clean up the living room, dining room, and kitchen areas. They are usually scattered with kids toys and dishes have built up from my daughter’s late nights on her game. Once the counters and table are all cleared, then I come into the bedroom to make my bed. I’m less likely to crawl back into it if its made. Dogs get breakfast at this time as well.

However, there are days like today where I take a small nap. That being said, I seriously shouldn’t have. I laid down for an hour or two and it turned into three or so. Apparently, my body was exhausted. Upon awakening, I needed to walk the dogs.

Somehow I got hit with an agoraphobia attack right before. I have no clue on how or why it came on, just that I had a fight on my hands. I did manage to get it under control and got the dogs out for their walk, which they made as difficult as possible. Neither wanted to listen, they decided to track something…it was just a solid mess. Normally I have a lot better control over them, but the walk didn’t go right for me either today.

By the time I got back it was their lunch time, so I got them fed, marked everything on the calendars we use to keep track of these things. When I came into my bedroom office I folded the laundry that had been sitting for two days and put it all away. I should have gotten to it sooner, but yesterday was a really bad day for me emotionally.

Not to mention my oldest daughter is down with bronchitis and she needed my help with the kids. By the time she could stay awake with them, there were errands to run, such as picking up the hubby man’s contacts and eyeglasses, not to mention groceries for the house.

Anyway, back to today. By the time I finished all of that, it was my lunch time. Thank heavens, my daughter surprised me by cooking up a piece of chicken for me. Now that has been eaten, my pill has been taken, I’m finally in a position to sit down and work.

I look at the clock and I’m shocked. It’s already one in the afternoon. I seriously have no idea where the day has gone. For once it wasn’t spent on Facebook or YouTube, I actually haven’t had the time for it.

Okay, technically there is meat still to be separated, but that can wait for now. I need some time to write. There is something absolutely freeing about being able to sit down and let your imagination go wild. It’s my favorite part of the day.

I’ve only got a few hours before babysitting time begins once more, so I need to get on it. Until next time, remember to L.O.L. (Live it, Own it, Love it) or it isn’t worth doing.

4 thoughts on “Days That Go Too Fast

  1. Sorry about internet. I had issues with mine a while ago. Kept blaming different things. As it turned out, it was a defective modem. So maybe that’s your problem.
    Hope you and your daughter get better.

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