Hope you have been well. I’m sure you have been probably busy. It’s that time of year. Since we have minimized the gifting this year my time has been less stressed over the whole Christmas chaos. I even had the mental capacity to face driving down one of the most congested streets in a nearby city to get to the even more congested Costco. Normally I avoid that area at all costs until mid-January when everyone has returned all the gifts they didn’t like.
I am going to go ahead and wish you all a very Happy Holidays (whichever ones you celebrate) and a Happy New Year. I need to take a sabbatical for awhile. Writing this blog has been difficult this year and all the losses and changes have taken a toll. Even though the art supplies are out and ready to go, I can’t seem to focus enough to make anything right now. I’m pretty darn bummed about that to be honest. My brain needs to focus and my heart needs some mending time.
So, until I can regroup, my plan is to bake some cookies, paint the walls in the house, unpack more boxes, love on the people and creatures in my little world. Hopefully I will be back with some renewed spirit after the first of the year, but I’m going to give myself what time I need. I have a very bad habit of pushing myself to meet unrealistic, self-imposed deadlines and projects. If you do that too…stop it, stop it now…it’s not good for you.
Happy Holidays! Wishing all of us a new and improved 2020!!
Happy Holidays and Happy New Year to you and yours:)