Friday, November 10, 2017

A NEW DAY, A NEW GOAL? SERIOUSLY?

Excuse the confusion shown in my title. That's my confusion, not yours.

I do believe in having daily goals, but as of late my goals have changed. For the past week, I've had three darling grandchildren here, two-year-old twins and their four-year-old brother. That said, my daily goal is simply to survive.

I really commend myself when I get a paragraph written, revised, or even thought about during nap time. I give myself an extra pat on the back if I get through a single meal without a single spill. By anyone, including me. I mean, right now, that ranks as a miraculous feat.

Anyway, I thought I'd let you all know why I may be slow in visiting your blogs, updating mine, or even thinking bloggy thoughts. I plan to get back to a normal schedule next week. Or maybe the week after, because next week I might be busy recuperating. How young I don't feel – I don't want to count the ways.

Happy thoughts!

14 comments:

  1. I understand that completely! Life is getting too frenetic.

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    1. Yes, but I truly enjoyed having my grandchildren here. It was such a blessing of a week.

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  2. Surviving is a fantastic goal to have, LOL. Best of luck getting back into the swing of things!

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  3. Hey, but how lucky of you to have all those cute kiddos around. :) Enjoy, Deb. Family time is the best time. And when you have time to breathe again, we'll be here. :)
    Hugs.

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    1. Thank you so much, and you are right. It is the best time. :-)

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  4. As wonderful as i'm sure grandchildren are, they take a lot out of you!

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    1. Yes they do, but it's always worth it. :-)

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  5. Surviving is the first step towards getting everything else done.

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    1. That's a good way to look at it. Thanks.

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  6. It's very easy for real world concerns to keep someone from blogging or following other blogs!

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    1. It happens a lot. :-) But I do enjoy family time, and I wouldn't trade it.

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  7. Just make sure to breathe!!! Big Hugs!

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