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Talking about tired! I am beat!
There is so much going on at once that it's becoming nearly impossible to keep up with everything. Or more so... to remember everything.
Back to lots of post-it-notes scattered across the kitchen cabinets. Daily reminders on a little bit of everything that needs to be done. Not just with final repairs inside and outside of our house before the cold winter months. But as well with a pending surgery that needs approved by our insurance company among many other things. I also have a taping that was scheduled by a very reputable production company. That taping was suppose to happen last month. Yet everything still remains on hold after needing to endure another unexpected surgery. And of course... another recovery.
The way things are going with all sorts of continued bumps in the road. A little thing called...life. We might end up going straight into another super crazy schedule for next month, December. Right in time for the holidays! Pfffff... Yep, that's life for ya!
I have been missing out on a lot lately while being pulled in a million directions. What I really miss are the walks we shared along the river trails. Not once a day, but twice a day. Sure, we both enjoy watching the fur babies have lots of fun at our local dog park. However this gal needs to keep herself moving! Gravity is the key which I believe helps more so with the pain than prescribed medication and spinal injections. If only I could gain back some energy that even I had this time last year. Winter is usually the time of year when I have the most energy. I'm just not so sure if that statement will ring true for this winter season. All my body seems to be wanting to do lately is sleep. Although my brain still wants to battle with that logic. Pushing myself is most definitely not in my best interest.
With not having too many making Santa's nice list this year. At least holiday shopping will be the easiest for me yet! Our fur children are never picky and always enjoy whatever Santa Paws brings them. Little E is at the age now where gift certificates are the way to go when hoping to bring a smile on a 10 years old face. I remember at that age when wrapped presents were the best gift one could receive on Christmas Eve. Cash and gift certificates were the last thing on a child's wish list. Crazy how times have changed. But the old saying is true, 100 percent! I would much rather have a homemade gift than something bought from a store. It just means so much more! Eric said, "Ditto for him! Bring on the baked goods!" Hehehehehehe!
I better stop here with talking about Christmas. We still have yet to even celebrate Thanksgiving next week. This Thanksgiving we plan on doing our best to stick to new traditions with our little family. With Eric working and my surgery awaiting to have a final scheduled date. We have to wait until later this week before knowing if we can celebrate Thanksgiving or spend time relaxing while I go through another recovery. Time will only tell. Another watch, wait and see.
Tomorrow will be such a fun and exciting blog as I make an official announcement to share with everyone!