Minutes turn into hours. Hours steal into days. And days turn into weeks.
Time. Some days, there is just not enough of it.
Some days should have more than 24 hours in them.
Last week, was a blur for me. I was kept busy with so many things, I am exhausted.
When I hit the pillow at night, I was snozin' like a baby.
The week started with the six hour journey (there and back) to my daughters neurosurgeon.
We make plenty of stops because of her back. It is almost ironic that we travel for that long to a doctor that treats back injuries, but he is good at what he does, so we make the trip.
Thankfully, we only see him every six months.
En route, we stopped and took some pictures of this pasture full of cattle.
I love cows. They are just as nosy as horses and have to know what's going on.
I consider myself a semi empty nester.
With daughter busy away at University and son busy in his last year of high school,
I though I would have tons of time to while away the days baking, blogging and drinking tea.
But you know, I like it.
I am still close with my daughter, I listen for hours of her talking of different architectural styles, designs and engineering. I know so much of it now, I could construct a skyscraper in seconds flat!
My son is the funniest person alive and he is always making me laugh. But he is under a lot of pressure right now making sure he gets his passing marks to graduate, and I respect that.
So you know what, I think I kind of like this semi empty nester time.
I will gladly trade baking and drinking tea all day, for some sweet time with architect daughter and high school exam pressured son.... any day. :)
I will be joining Barn Charm over at Bluff Area Daily