Thursday, June 4, 2009

What I Really Want to Say Sometimes

I read a post today from "Woman in the Window". I admire people when they can put situations, feelings, circumstances in such words that lots of people can relate to.

I try so hard not to whine, to say positive, to not have a pity party, but I do have those times where I am just "done". I feel there's no room for me to do anything for me. It's all about running the house, taking care of the kids, paying the bills, buying groceries, etc. There are times when I don't have time to take a kind of bath i.e. candles, bath salts, bubble bath.

Other times, I'm just feel just tired. Even when I have slept well, the bills are paid, kids doing well, I just can't figure it out. I want to go but don't want to go, want to stay but want to go.

I just love the way "Woman in the Window" described this dilema. Apparently, lots of people go through it. Question is, what do we do to handle it? For me, taking a long hot bath is the sure thing, however, time usually does not permit. Is it the times we live in? Is it the lifestyle we have carved for ourselves?



Fat, frumpy and fifty... said...

we HAVE been thinking the same thins, you , me erin..and probably the whole of bloody blogland...strange world huh?

fff x

presious said...


Most of the time I can deal with it. There are times when it just becomes so difficult all I can do is sit down and cry.

However, a hot bath is a miracle worker for me :). If I can, a really good night's sleep followed by a day of slumbering also works really well.

Linda and her Twaddle said...

Interesting that this problem is so universal. That in itself normalises it all a bit more.