Lazy day in my house pretty much everyday. ....yaaaawwwn
Rest is not much fun without recreation, need both the R and the R.
Seems the less I do the less I want to do.
Once upon a time , I had 3 kids under 5, a job and hubby that only helped during the hours I was at work. I got everything done...except ironing, had a huge pile, but I gave the pretense of an ironing pile away when the youngest was 2 . I used to fit so much in a day and be up early for the next.
Rheumatoid Arthritis hit when the youngest (now 19) was around 2. Slowly but surely, I gave up work, hanging washing etc , doing what I could do through the pain and still get the kids where they needed to go for school and sport,hubby went back to work so keeping up with the kids was a full time job and somedays it fell to friends to get them here there and everywhere.
I've improved so much from those days, have my mobility back and I am mostly pain free, but I have a lingering cantbebtheredness. The kids have grown and 2 of them have left home and the 3rd soon to leave, so theres not a huge amount to be done anymore.
Its the busyness of it all I miss, people coming, going, doing things. I feel like this year I kind of fell into a timewarp, walking down the up escalator, not going anywhere. So this year I contemplate going back and redoing my nursing training, it's such a huge commitment, I'm not sure about it,it's 18 months hard work. I needed a bomb under me to get me to finish the Real Estate Course, it's no where near as interesting as nursing but can it compete with blogging and facebook???? The washing up, cooking, answering the phone, feeding the dog can't!!!!