It seems like an eternity.
Life is so relaxing on a tropical island.
I came back to:
|Look at me Grandma Mary|
A Wonderful Christmas with Family - I did not start holiday shopping until I returned to the states; so I power shopped, mostly online, for a few things. I held myself back this year, because I am on a good plan to be debt free in 2016 and did not want to undo that. Besides, my kids do not need presents from me to know I love them. I came back from that tropical island to be with them - that should be present enough, right? I do love Christmas time - not for religious reasons. I love family gatherings and giving and sharing the family love.
Good Friends - I have a few good friends that I cherish so much and would miss terribly if I decided to stay on that tropical island. Friends I walk with, play with, dine with, share good times with...
A Madhouse at the Office - Of course there are some reasons I wish I could stay forever on a tropical island. Corporate America is one of them. Ugh. I love what I do for a living and the people I do it for. The authors and teammates that I release documents for are pretty awesome for the most part. But the bullshit that falls from above is not pretty. Enough said.
Cranky Parents - Apparently I have done something to piss my parents off to the point of them not wanting to see me for awhile - even through the holidays. Hopefully they will get over whatever it is soon. I apologized for what I thought I did. I know they are older and forgetful, so maybe they forgot that I apologized. Or, maybe they really do not like who I am. I am who I am. Enough said about that, too!
Life is short - and so am I.