Monday, September 19, 2011

Headless Chicken

Sometimes(or maybe most of the time) we tend to loose track of what we were originally thinking or doing.  Or maybe we simply have no idea what was going through our heads at all.

Our rythm at home and out is right now in pieces and I wonder why September always gives me this grief!  I just realised that EVERY September we have this problem.  At the same time I have lost so many down time recently that I find myself running blindly in every direction.  Not sure of what I was meant to be doing, thinking etc.  I struggle to get back into the groove of things but there is always a little something here and there that looses my senses.

It is very interesting for me to be aware of this situation and so now I need to untangle every bit of it- one little tiny step at a time (just like Maya who is taking small little steps towards her independence).  I realise that whenever I am out of synch, so is the rest of the family - the kids are unrestful and cranky and hubs normally gets angry quicker. 

So I am off to slowly start unravelling this puzzle and maybe its best to start with finding a better down time routine!

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Monday, September 19, 2011

Headless Chicken

Sometimes(or maybe most of the time) we tend to loose track of what we were originally thinking or doing.  Or maybe we simply have no idea what was going through our heads at all.

Our rythm at home and out is right now in pieces and I wonder why September always gives me this grief!  I just realised that EVERY September we have this problem.  At the same time I have lost so many down time recently that I find myself running blindly in every direction.  Not sure of what I was meant to be doing, thinking etc.  I struggle to get back into the groove of things but there is always a little something here and there that looses my senses.

It is very interesting for me to be aware of this situation and so now I need to untangle every bit of it- one little tiny step at a time (just like Maya who is taking small little steps towards her independence).  I realise that whenever I am out of synch, so is the rest of the family - the kids are unrestful and cranky and hubs normally gets angry quicker. 

So I am off to slowly start unravelling this puzzle and maybe its best to start with finding a better down time routine!

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