A New Day

I woke up this morning a little bleary-eyed. I just don’t know where the time is fleeing to these days. The days, months and past year have been a blur I’ll admit and it seems like we’re in that movie, Groundhog Day. With a few exceptions, like going to the grocery store or taking a drive, I have not gotten a lot done. Time just whizzes by and I can’t tell you what I’ve really accomplished.

So much for all of the organizing that being in the quarantine, pandemic Covid year has gotten me. But now with Spring starting (hopefully) I need to get myself in gear and start Spring cleaning and remove some of these items that I’ve been holding onto since the divorce.

Like the stuff that no longer suits me or brings me back to memories that I’d prefer to leave in the past. I was thinking that perhaps a furniture renovation would be appropriate, but since I’m in a rental and not sure where I’ll be moving to next (if I even would want to try to take on that gargantuan task), it’s kind of a moot point to downsize when it all fits here nicely.

But a girl has to move on and have goals.

So cheers to a new day even though it’s a Friday. It’s the beginning of the weekend for me and that excites me even though it’s not a whole lot different from the regular week. But there’s something about it being the start of a weekend that brings me joy.

I hope you’re all doing well and that things are opening up for you in a safe manner. I’ve been talking with friends who are getting their vaccines and keep wanting me to do the same, but I’m not ready for it. I guess we’ll see how things evolve and unfold.

Until then, Happy Friday!

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6 Responses to A New Day

  1. scr4pl80 says:

    Happy Friday to you too. We’ve had the vaccine. No issues for me or my daughter, although son and husband did have mild symptoms that did not last long (maybe girls have better immune systems!). Spring does bring that sense of freshness, doesn’t it? Hubby has started cleaning out his garage and that means I have stuff for sale on my website. Anything to help :).

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  2. Ainsobriety says:

    I’m not getting the vaccine. I don’t feel the risks support the benefit. My parents have had their first shot. They are 82.

    I have many thoughts about spring cleaning and decluttering. Lol
    Then I get a coffee and watch basketball. I’m not sure the energy output is worth it…I am considering having hardwood continued upstairs in my house. I would love it. But will Cleo and I stay in this huge house when Cooper goes to university in September? Sigh. Probably, I guess.

    It’s hard to know what the future has in store.

    Anne

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    • janieleeds says:

      Well, you have to do as you feel so if basketball and coffee trump spring cleaning, I say YAY Anne! As for the what the future has in store, well, none of us know that. Every year I contemplate moving from this rental and I don’t do it. I will one of these years when the kids move on, but until then, I’m just resting here and trying to declutter…slowly….big grin.

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  3. Dwight Hyde says:

    Cheers to you, Janie😊❤️🤗

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