Wednesday, December 17, 2008

live from mass.

I always find it rather amusing the comments I end up with while on a minor blogging-hiatus. People seem to take the opportunity to skim back through my older entries and I get e-mails about comments on posts that I assumed were buried months ago. I like it; it's a nice reminder that just because I wrote a post upwards of a year ago, it's still affecting someone.

I have a job. I am working and, while I'm still looking for more to do, it feels pretty good to be worn down again. Shortly after writing my last post, I hit a wall and freaked out a little. I had no idea what I was supposed to do with myself. Of course, Mom is always my #1 reality check and I got a grip and did what I had to do. I'm, of course, making it sound a lot easier than it was, but that's not really important anymore.

I really want to write more. I was all up on my posts in November and then everything kind of piled up, but I'm back! Just try to contain yourselves.

Hope everyone's holiday season is running smoothly. Hang in there; it's supposed to be a happy time of year! The level of depression during the holidays makes me sad. I love this time of year. I wish, for the sake of the season, everyone could just let it go for this one month. What could it hurt? I believe, as we speak, my city of residency is getting it's first actual snow of the season. I hope it sticks :)


Rachel said...

Glad to hear that you're doing better. Happy holidays to you, too!

Cammy said...

I am glad to hear that things are looking up, I think sometimes we have to hit a wall once in a while to remind us of where reasonable expectations are. I am very glad that you have a supportive mother that can give you reality checks when necessary!
I agree with you about this season, it seems like people make themselves so unhappy stressing out over having a perfect holiday, and they miss the point. Hang in there, I hope you do have a relaxing and pleasant holiday, take care!

emmy. said...

Thank you, ladies :)