Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Trudging Along

I am in a little bit of an emotional rut.

Nothing serious, just a little bit of a funk. Just feeling like I'm doing the same thing over and over again and not really happy about it. I mean, I know I do the same things over and over again, it just usually doesn't bug me. I'm tired of cooking and cleaning - more so then usual. I'm just plain tired. Sigh. I'm going to blame the weather.... and my kids. Both culprits that can't defend themselves here. I know that weather wise, we haven't been hit as hard as some places, but seriously. And if one of my dear kiddies would decide to sleep through the night again, need I say more?

So, while I haven't figured out how to get out of this rut, I have continued to get some things done for the house. I finally hung up my picture of Bath, England. It's a random shot, but it makes me smile. And, to be ironic, I hung it in the bath... room. But, for those of my friends keeping score, there are now 2 pictures hanging on my wall. Yay me.

Other then that, I'll keep trucking on. Another thing I'll be working on soon-ish is a little quote that I found: We can do hard things. It's a reminder to me that those things that are difficult in my life can be accomplished, even if I'd rather they just went away. Like this rut.

I also received a very anonymous little note thanking me for somethings that I have done around my church. It was very sweet to receive and I wish a little bit that I could thank the kind gesture... or maybe figure out how to pass it on. Hmmm... may have figured out a way out of the rut. I'll keep you posted.



motherofangels said...

I have been thinking about you...but true to myself, I unfortunatly don't pick up the phone and call. I am sorry! I know those ruts well... Say hi to them for me!! You'll find a way out, hopefully before the sun comes back to this world :) HUGS!

Kira said...

its totally the weather!!!!

Jenn said...

I know your rut. Mine is for different reasons though. You are a wonderful person that gives so much. You are an example to me. When I get out of my rut and stop crying I'll call you and we can celebrate through more service perhaps?