Wednesday, 27 January 2010

Peace and and especially some quiet !!

That's what I call luxury ; a warm place just for me, myself and I ...

food for the mind : silence ... 

food for the body ... 

Hehe, hubby and I have a VERY hectic week this week ; unbelievable ! How much can a person take ? On top of that, my sister in law needs to be in hospital ... not fair ! 
I hope everything turns out well. 
You blogger-friends are very priviliged you know ;-) 
I'm not at all in a talking mood - I really don't need to catch up, listen and be friendly or even be a friend at this point. I think I have to take 5 and need some space here.
Just on my own ... I'm a terrible friend ; that's why internet-friendships suit me the best ; you just can log-out and dissapear for a while...
I'm not depressed or something ; I'm working my arse off - I really like to work - it makes me feel I'm alive. Thank God for having my own shop and no business partners ...
Sounds a bit selfish ? Hell yeah ...
I guess that's the trouble in being an only child, orphan and busy mom. I don't need to do mandatory numbers with family ; except for my brother & sister in law (I don't have any family left anymore, easy)
I love hubby's brother and his wife dearly ; they are so down to earth, take me as I am.
They know I'm creative, a busy bee and funny sometimes ; but I'm in no funny mood at this point.
I want to be alone or with hubby ; if hubby needs to work I submerge myself in my own little Nica world ; lonely breakfast, me and my knittin' needles, work work work, pick up Sebastian from school, take care of my kids and then take care of myself ...
It's like that 'nesting' feeling you have just before you give birth to your baby...moms out there will understand what I mean.




4 comments:

Dedene said...

Hello! As another only-child, I've been off brooding by myself lately. It must be the end of the winter blues that makes one want to have some peace.

Dr Zibbs said...

Mmmm... that loooks goood.

diane said...

Not at all selfish, just telling it like it is. I don't really have time for "real world" friends. Not that my bloggy buddies aren't real. Bloggy chumm-chumms offer support and ideas that aren't hard to take because they come from such a distant source. I've grown a lot in the past year thanks to them.

Ale said...

D, I totally understand how you feel and I do exactly the same. Nowadays is easier to have people to talk when you need, to share things, but when you don't feel like interacting, you can just disconnect from the worl, that's one of the perks of the modern world.

Even though I miss my family a lot, I most of the times am thankful that I am away and that I don't have to deal with more drama when I get home from work...but still I have my share of drama to deal with daily.

Hope your sis-in-law gets better soon and that you and hubby get to have lots of fun with the kids and without to compensate the hard work.

xoxo