WINTER HIBERNATION

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weekend-winter-hibernation Last week was a little quiet on our corner of the internet, not that I feel I need to explain myself because I know you all understand how it goes. But it does come as a direct result of our weekends being stuck somewhere in between birthday parties, errands, activities and winter hibernation. No one tells you that when you have school aged kids, your weekends will at some point become this purgatory between birthday parties and either more birthday parties or activities. Not that there is anything wrong with any of that, it just takes some major head-space readjusting – and I am sorta in the middle of this readjustment. As soon as I get comfortable in a schedule and scenario, BAM it’s thrown all outta whack –  which is how life goes with little ones, they keep me on my tippy toes for which I wouldn’t change for anything in the world.

Birthday parties, errands, activities and winter hibernation; none of these things go together very well, takes much more effort then expected to get them all to mesh. So while it snow storms outside again, I am running between groceries, laundry, cleaning, caring for a sick Harley (while I sniffle a way myself) and am working on some really really exciting big projects (my goodness it has and is so hard to keep these a secret). I had to drop the winter hibernation part, but so far it feels I have this newish scenario down like a pro – which means it’s only a matter of time before it shifts. This is me hoping that shift is spelt S-P-R-I-N-G because well, I am sure you know how I feel about Winter at this point there is no need to end this post on a debbie downer note.

*This is the only photo I was able to snap all weekend, us on-route. Saturday was for total hibernation and Sunday was for moving super duper slow then having a playdate with new friends – a good ol’ school weekend, which probably kicked me back on track.

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· January 27, 2014 · in Daily,Real Life



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