Thanks for popping in. Late again! The days just seem to fly by at the moment. Is it me, or does time speed up as you get older? But inbetween skipping from one job to the other, this afternoon I took the time to sit in the garden and soak up a little sunshine – and it was lovely. Simply lovely. There’s nothing like a cup of tea and a five minute pause for thought in the garden…
Those two pesky gits Wurka and Hollick have been really driving the bus again recently. Time to put the brakes on and kick them into touch again. They creep up on me, you know. Just when you think you’ve got the life-work balance sussed, they pitch up again!
But it’s ok. They are in for a surprise. In fact, Dave and I are going on a date tomorrow! We are taking the bus to Brighton! Packed lunch and a flask of coffee. Just like the pair of old pensioners that we are !! Hahahaha. Stops right outside the house, and it’s about £6 return. Result!!! I love Brighton and I L-O-V-E LOVE the Lanes!
When you work like we do, 12 to 15 hours a day, 6-7 days a week, there comes a point when you start to wear down, when your fuse starts to get shorter, when little banal things start to grind your gears. And that’s when you need to get off the bus – or in this case – get on it !!!
Now we all know this blog is called One Day at a Time, right? It’a a daily blog after all, and One Day at a Time is my code for living. It’s the best way to travel! And we know that Friday’s Blog’s a private peek, right? And forgive me if I’m starting to repeat myself (it’s an age thing…), but look what it says on the inside of our wedding rings…
So when I say it’s my code for living, what I really mean is it is OUR code for living. It serves us very well indeed. All we have to do is get through today. Tomorrow is a New Day. And we’ll deal with tomorrow tomorrow. I’ve got my plastic poncho at the ready, in case it rains, (totally cool, and much more practical than a brolly!) – but the weather is set to be glorious.
Tina and Paul are having a brilliantly Groovi time on HOCHANDA with Tina’s new needlework plates. Set to sell out. Hope you can join them at 9am tomorrow. Our bus is at 9 too! Parallel worlds….
Love & Hugs until tomorrow,