Thank Goodness, Its Monday!

     Whew!  The weekend is, more or less, over.  Sunday is my absolute busiest day of the week.  Well, that is, unless you count Monday through Saturday… then, its just a contest as to which day is the busiest.  I don’t know if you manage to stay that busy.  I often wonder if the reason I’m so busy is because I don’t think like other people; you know, organized.  Actually, I don’t really think that’s the reason, though, because I know so many people who are just up to their earlobes in busy.

     How d’ya’ s’pose we got this way?  So busy, I mean?  As I understand it, our ancestors did all their own baking and cooking, cleaning, making their own clothes… by hand, hunting, fishing and who knows WHAT ALL.  Still, they had time to sit down in the evening and enjoy a sunset, once in awhile.  Don’t believe me?  Just ask Laura Ingalls Wilder.  Or, Anne of Greene Gables.  They knew how to find time for relaxing.

     So, what am I doing wrong?  I mean, my good hubby-buddy does everything in the house, just so I will have time to sit and write.  And that’s pretty-much all I do, too.  Yet, here I am, scrambling to keep up with… MYSELF.  There’s gotta’ be something wrong with that.

     If you happen to walk by and see me doing something that is counter-productive, won’t you please just step in and get me pointed in the right direction?  Surely, you could help a fellow-blogger get back on track, couldn’t you?  Thanks.

     Until the next time, keep a hug on.



7 thoughts on “Thank Goodness, Its Monday!

  1. Happy Monday!I love the first sentence of your post. Too true for me too! My husband was gone all weekend and man was I busy – and tired with two little ones underfoot. Have a great week!

  2. If I help you, will you help me? It seems as if it takes me twice as long to get half as much done! But I guess as long as we get something done, it counts, doesn't it? Hang in there, eventually you'll find your groove. LOL!

  3. We have just finished reading about the depression in history this last week. It is hard for the younger ones to understand what really happened back then. Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment! It is always encouraging to hear from others.

  4. You know what is crazy? I'm so much more productive when I am busy. I know I have a lot to do so I get organized. When I don't have a big list of "To Do's" in my head, I waste so much time. It's weird. Good luck managing:)

  5. Wow! Isn't that just the way, Mighty M? As soon as you don't have help, that's when you need it most.Debbie,That sounds like a good plan; you help me first, though, k? LOLThe depression years are hard for even my generation to understand, Mom2three. I suspect that the up-and-coming generation must think we're speaking Greek when we try to explain how bad it was. The books by Donna N. Aviles are very helpful. You may want to include them in your reading with your children.Kathy,I hear ya'. But isn't it wonderful that the sun is peeking her pretty little head around the corner for us, now?Shalyce,I know, right? Me, too. I get 900 different things going on and I invariably get 901 of them done. But give me a day without deadlines and I flounder the whole day away. I've never quite figured that out.That's a good idea, Life is good. Only, which one will point the other one, first? I also get easily sidetracked. Its so frustrating.

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