Monday, October 22, 2012

a short break...

Too much on the plate right now, some good, some decidedly bad. Don't worry, we're all fine. But our dream house is sort of becoming our nightmare house. And Annie seemed to have fooled us about how easy it was to transition to adolescence...because it is turning out to be far more challenging with Gray. Being his teacher and his mom feels more than I can handle at the moment. I just need a little time to regroup, to figure out how I can do better for Gray, to do all we can to keep this house from literally crumbling around us. And I also have a very special guest to prepare for (though I hope she won't just turn and run when she sees first-hand the chaos that is our lives right now).

I envy those you who seem to handle all the five million things going on in your lives and yet still manage to blog. I think that accepting that I'm not one of those people is a step in my striving for balance though, so I'm just going to take this short break. In the meantime, I hope to pop in on your blogs here and there when I can, because that truly is a pleasure I don't want to give up entirely.

See you soon.

4 comments:

Ana @ things mean a lot said...

*hugs* See you soon, Debi. If there's anything at all I can do, even if it's just listen, you know where to find me.

Jean said...

What Ana said. If I can listen, hug virtually, or smite someone with a sword (virtually or, who knows, for real, but yeah, I'm just kidding there ... maybe), you know where to find me. Virtual hugs in large measure for now.

Chris said...

Oh Debs, hang in there as much as you can!! And you just take care of yourself...and those of us (and by us, I certainly don't mean ME :p) who can seemingly hold it all together AND blog...I'm sure everyone has their moments of falling apart! Love you my dear and I'll be emailing you soon! Hopefully sooner than later.

Carl V. said...

Its all just a good acting job Debi, don't let us fool you. :) I hope you have a great and relaxing time with your guest and I hope even more that things start working out better with the house and everything else.