Friday, May 1, 2009
Mental Health Day -- or Back in the Saddle?
It's been a brutal week at the day job--and that includes the mom job. It seems whenever we get to these final weeks of the school year, the whininess kicks in. And my kids have been whining, too! *G*
It's light until well after 8 p.m., so they don't want to get ready for bed and end up getting there later than they should. Then in the morning they're tired and don't want to get moving. Which makes for some very stressful mornings--and this will undoubtedly continue until school lets out for summer break in mid June.
Since it's been a busy, stress-filled week, I find myself in a quandry this morning. Mental Health Day? I sure could use one. Or do I jump back in the saddle to do some writing, which I haven't had time for all week.
If I take the mental health day and read or do something relaxing, I'll probably be calmer and in a better frame of mind by the time my Kindergartner gets off the bus in a couple of hours. In truth though, I probalby won't be able to relax--the house is showing signs of neglect from my busy week and I'll probably end up cleaning. And what self-respecting writer actually has a clean house?
If I choose to write then I have to decide which of my characters I want to spend the day with.
Which of these two options will feed my soul and bring me inner peace?
Rats, I knew you'd say that! Now I'm off to listen to the voices in my head and see who is calling the loudest...
Wish me luck!
How are you spending this sunny spring Friday?
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