Thursday, April 16, 2009

Lazy, Lazy, Lazy Today

The kids are having a very good day. Me? Well, the allergies have subsided, but I am still just as lethargic as I was this Fairly easy day today, so I'm not particularly bothered by it. These types of days become difficult when I have a houseful of children. Wednesdays and Fridays are those days, full house all day plus night children til 10:30 pm! Yes, makes for very long days with children. Yesterday wasn't too bad. The kids, though being "kids", did well...especially considering I couldn't take them outside during early afternoon or early evening due to the high winds and cool air. Perhaps, that is why I am the way I am today...:) I really don't think about the day before and its effects. Hmmmm.....

See blogging helps us solve even our own delimas!


Polly said...

wow I can't believe you have kids right through to 10.30pm - no wonder you need those lazy days. You must be worn out.

lori vliegen said...

hi presious! oooh, allergies, or not, i'd surely need a break after a day with kids until 10:30 p.m.!! you are woman, hear me roar!!

thanks so much for your sweetness on my blog! i saw your inquiry about my books, and i must admit that no one has ever mentioned what they do when their journals are full! i think that most just keep them together for future maybe see how they've grown with their art skills, or writing skills, or maybe spiritually...i guess it all depends on what type of journal it is. also, many people have asked about my stamps...i'm considering making them for sale in my etsy shop, and i'll let you know if i decide to do that. thanks for your nice comments about my artwork...i really appreciate it! :)

Suburbia said...

You're right, all this introspection is good for us after all!

presious said...


Yes, I am quite exhausted by the end of the day. It is so very important that I stay balanced as much as possible. That in itself can be a challenge, lol! I'm thankful I have work in today's times! :)


At one time I did write in a journal. I had forgotten about them until we moved. Well, I took the time to read them and I did not like my life at the time I wrote them. It was pretty scary and sad. I was so depressed and anxious. It did show how much growth I had achieved.

Today, I would feel much better and much different about journaling. I just wouldn't want anyone to get a hold of it. One should be able to put the best and the worst of "anything" in their journal.

Thanks for your suggestions!

Presious aka Lori ;)