Oct 9, 2013

How do you begin a comeback blog post...

How do you sum up a years worth of memories...

How is it possible that so long has past since I have sat at my computer to even think about putting thoughts on a page for the blogging world to read...

Once again I'm inspired by those blogs that I love to read and catch up on, beyond a Facebook status.

So I won't look to past experiences to fill my new blogging adventure. 
But start from here, from now, from the moment I'm in right now.

The right here, right now, is Ryan and I just spent the evening rearranging furniture.
I love to rearrange. In fact I have been known to do it on occasion and not let my husband know that the bed may not be in the same place when he arrives home late at night.
I crave change, and moving furniture satisfies my craving for just getting up and getting out of dodge.
Rearranging furniture also satisfies my want to avoid other things I need to take on...it tricks my brain into thinking I have completed the task I'm trying to avoid.

This task that looms over my head, the one that I feel too tired to tackle...

Getting Zachary ready for school.
Well how can that be hard, I already have two going full time...surely I know what I'm doing.
No, I don't.
I feel overwhelmed thinking about the small things that need to be put into place to help with the transition. I feel left out on my own to figure out the small things that may be easily solved, but I'm not sure of the resources I need.
So I rearrange furniture.
Surely that seems like the best thing to do.

1 comment:

  1. I love to rearrange furniture too. It helps me think while I do it and seems like an easy fresh start once I'm done.
    You could start making a list on the fridge of all the things you'll need to have in place for when Mr. Zachary starts JK. That way, you'll have concrete things to work on as the list comes together and as time creeps up to next September. :) xo