What doesn't work for me - the ends of vacations

Warning: There may be a tad bit of whining in this post, but I really am glad to be home.

I didn't have time to think up a works for me Wednesday this week, life has been crazy. For me, both the best and the worst part of going on a trip is returning. On the one hand, I like to be at home, to sleep in my own bed, to have my routine...it's comforting. On the flip side, the first few days, I always feel behind and out of my routine, the very thing I am craving, going insane trying to catch up on things that I let slip while I was away. I wish I could just go on a vacation without having to deal with the aftermath. Am I the only one who feels this way?

At work, I was in the middle of a big project that I had to hand off while I was away and then try and pick back up Monday. Ahh!

And at home, Craig did really well keeping up with the chores, he even planned the whole week's menu and went grocery shopping, but I still feel all discombobulated, especially since my schedule is already messy this week, with added activities and changing the time of other, normally consistent, events.

My lunch break is split between my Bible study and blogging so blogging had to give while I caught up with my study but now that I am caught up with God, I can spend more time with you guys. Which is good because I have some exciting things from before I left that I didn't have time to post about. Luckily for you, none of them are too time sensitive. Because even if they were, I would post them anyway.

1 comment :

  1. Yeah, vacations are fantastic, but when you do get back it feels like the world spead up while you were gone, and now you have to play catch up! I'm glad you had a good time though and that you can trust Craig to keep the roof on while you're away :)