tea with me
I’d love it if you could tea with me today..it would be my first real chance of a breather. Having been gifted a fancy schmancy coffee machine, I’d offer you either a delicious homemade latte made with the finest of dark roasted beans or a pot of tea…thankfully my tea stash has been well stocked since your last visit. I even caved to the kids demands to make chocolate chip cookies so please, help yourself.
I’m in a slightly better frame of mind since our last cuppa but still lagging in energy and struggling to find a balance juggling my day to day activities…as you can probably tell, blogging has taken a back seat as has other activities. I only realised at lunch time today that it was Thursday already…I seem to be losing all concept of time and I don’t think I am alone when I say that there just are not enough hours in a day to get through my never ending to-do list. It’s a bit like treading water. I know that I have to push through the exhaustion and just keep on keeping on.
There's been a few developments on the home front. It’s no secret that I am desperately homesick and have been for a while but when Anthony mentioned last night that we could be in Brisbane in a month if he gives the go ahead to transfer, I felt myself freak out! I love it here and as much as I long to be around family again, I'm now asking myself 'am I really ready to pack up and move, yet again? deep down, do I even want to?' We have some tough decisions to make that will not only affect us but our children. The weight of it all is almost too much to bear.
Anyway, enough about me. Tell me…how are things in your world? Do you struggle with finding a balance? Are you getting things ticked off your to-do list? Could you pack up and move at the drop of a hat? What plans have you for the rest of your week? Whatever you are doing, I hope that this week treats you well friend.
Thanks for dropping in, it was lovely to catch up with you.
Linking up with the lovely Em