Thursday, 18 December 2014

Taking A Break - Holiday Time

I am taking a break from blogging for the holidays. Even if I don't post on weekends or holidays, I always have stuff on my mind that I need to purge here on my blog. Whether it is good stuff or bad stuff, I always think about how I should blog about it (and then don't). Well that is the break I am taking - not thinking about stuff. Haha - I wonder how well that is going to go :). I think a lot of the reasons for why time really flies is because our minds are always busy with some form of Social Media or Instant Messaging. We fall asleep glaring at a screen and first thing we do is look at that same screen in the mornings, sometimes even before getting out of bed. What did we do before smart phones and other technology, because we will be lost without it. So as from when I hit publish on this post, my blog/brain will be officially on holiday. Other than one Happy New Year post (scheduled), I won't be posting for the rest of December. I may or may not post pictures on Instagram whilst I am on holiday. If I do you will find them over here - I have to finish the FMS Photo A Day Challenge, which I am already lagging behind with.




I am planning on having lots of morning sleep-ins and hopefully when we are on holiday, nothing will wake me up at the crack of dawn. At home - well that is a different story. My animals wake me up and then they go back to sleep and I am wide awake - staring at a screen of sorts. These holidays I am planning on joining my dogs with their morning naps.




I always say that I can't wait to have a break from my animals, but truth be told, I stress about them when we are away. I worry that something will happen to them whilst we are away. I worry that Pluto and Garfield will die quietly in their sleep, because they are so old. Pluto sleeps so soundly these days, I often think he has died in his sleep. Yes, I do worry over nothing. My therapist told me that I worry more than the average person and she was quite shocked.



Thank you for reading my blog, I know I don't have many followers, but I do appreciate each and everyone who reads the mostly drivel I purge here. Wishing you and your loved ones a very Merry Christmas and awesome festive season whether you celebrate Christmas or not. Whether you are travelling or staying at home - be safe on the roads and in your homes/holiday destinations.



 I hope to carry on with our online friendship in the New Year.


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