Yay! It’s the weekend again. I have been wasting (you read right, I said “wasting”, not “waiting”!) all week in anticipation of the weekend. I’ll do some real work next week – but first – a weekend. Do you compartmentalise your life like that too?
Only 2 more days to the weekend
Only 5 more days to beta
Only half an hour ’til trigger
Only 1.5 more months to IVF?
Everything else in between starts to become insignificant detail, as we patiently while away the time until the next “big thing”.
The nice thing about a break is that it’s not that chronic. My life has been compartmentalised into the following categories:
1. Break until end of May (in which time: phone Tertia as I have been threatening to, meet up with Tam again, start gym again, do something terribly arty in my spare time)
2. IVF at the end of May (Organise appointments, money, get the Hoff back on his vitamins *heaven help us*)
3. Buy a House by August (heaven help us some more – need to settle credit cards in order to be able to afford exorbitant house prices)
So being on a break is great, as the little boxes that I have prepacked my life into aren’t that many. The problem is that I had become so all consumed by the process that now I am struggling to break the habit. I know I need to go back to gym, but I am thinking I’ll just wait for this or that to happen, and then I’ll go. What rubbish. I told Debs the other day that I feel like I’m procrastinating about procrastinating! I am in a little bit of a rut and I seriously need to get out. Starting tomorrow.
Oh, and speaking of procrastinating, here is a pic of those slippers:
Yes I wear these every night after bath (or shower) with my jammies, and if you are lucky you may just get a pic of the whole ensemble! (These adorable slippers were a gift from Debs) That gal has great taste in shoes, is all I can say!