Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Blogging pause

As some of you may have noticed, I am not blogging much lately. 

I have plenty of spiritual thoughts and experiences to share it's just that every time I think about blogging, life picks up the pace.

I will literally sit down at the computer to type out a Blogpost and without fail one (or both) of my sons captures my attention OR my husband needs me OR a client calls, and the blogging thought disappears with a *poof*.

Living is a full-time job, after all. 

I am human and I still have to deal with mundane life stuff, such as ...
  • cooking meals, washing laundry, sweeping and mopping floors, and other housekeeping
  • getting my children to and from school and extracurricular activites
  • supporting my husband in his interests
  • connecting with and helping my close friends/family through their life events
  • planting, weeding, and maintaining a vegetable garden
  • improving

Also, I'm sure those of you who are familiar with snow know that in Winter actions seem to take longer, such as walking, driving, and moving from one place to another.
In fact, leaving the house (and returning) is a task in itself for two reasons.  Putting on the many layers of extra clothing, mittens, coats, and boots for myself and two children, and then reversing the process to remove this winter apparel take up a good chunk of time. Shoveling the porch, sidewalk, and driveway are next on the list of time devouring vacuums, along with scraping the snow and ice off of the car.  And once we in the vehicle, snowy streets and icy roads discourage traveling fast.

So I am choosing to live my life rather than recording it (for now).  This phase of life is so precious and I don't want to miss these moments with my family.