If this blog and writing on it keeps me sane – does that mean that on the days that I don’t get time to write that I’m in a flux of insanity? Yeah - please don’t bother answering that question.
Two crazy days have just passed where I feel like I’ve been running around like a crazy woman doing things for my husband, my children, the dog, or just plain worrying about all of them.
Two days, so that by the time I finally sit down at night I’m too gosh darn exhausted to even turn on the computer.
As a consequence, I’m writing this post in my lunch break.
I’ve signed up for an online course and besides downloading the information – I haven’t had a chance to read more than the first section. I also have an e-book I’ve downloaded and another series of downloads all taking up space on my laptop and as yet they are unloved and untouched.
Roll on Easter and a seven day break. All being well, I plan on heading up to Renmark to see my family, show off my new puppy and spend lots of hours resting and relaxing. After all, someone has to do it. I might just leave all of the males at home and go visiting on my own. The kicker - hubby has said I can’t take the dog. Remembering, this is ‘my’ dog that he didn’t want me to get.
This is the dog that I pleaded and begged for months to be able to get. His argument is that he spends more time with the new puppy than I do. In other words he’ll miss her. Amazing how a little ball of fluff can melt the hardest heart. Warning - any of our friends who read my posts and mention this to my hubby are also off my Christmas list – ~grin~.
It seems that I have several weeks of fast talking to do so that I can take her visiting. Men - who needs them?
So what’s happening in your world – what does your partner do which is in total contradiction to what they say?
Cheers, FiThe mark of a successful person is one who has spent an entire day on the bank of a river without feeling guilty about it. - Author Unknown