Archive for December 21, 2009

Slippery and Elusive Time

What is it about getting older that time slips away like so much water down a drain? Here it is almost Christmas and my last visit to the blog was in the beginning of summer! Eighteen months out of the traditional work force and I think I’ve finally quit freaking out about “filling the void”.

Summer was filled with grandkids, gardening and working on a play for Christmas. Fall was filled with cleaning up the mess after a summer with grandgirls, auditions and rehearsals. Now here we are in winter. The Christmas play is just memory. The girls are back with their mother and looming in my personal future is a baby shower (Princess) and a wedding (also Princess), the spring play and a new venture.

Missed you all.


December 21, 2009 at 10:18 am 7 comments

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