In case you haven’t noticed, I’ve been gone for a few days. MIA. Off the grid. Gone, gone, gone.
Basically, I’ve been sick and tired.
And tired of being sick.
Now, I’m feeling a bit better and my kids are feeling sick and tired. And tired of being sick. No fun!
Regardless of how we all feel, there are dishes to wash, laundry piles to conquer, groceries to buy, schoolwork to oversee, and clutter to deal with. Oh, and there’s also a Thanksgiving dinner to plan….and shop for….and cook….and clean up after….and cram into my refrigerator. But I’m not stressed about it or anything. Nope, not me.
Okay, I’m feeling just a bit stressed over all the things that need done to get life back to a manageable “normal” after being sick for more than a week. And if I start thinking about all the extras that need added to my list over the next couple of days, my head just might explode. That’s probably not a good thing. Ya think?
To help alleviate some of the seasonal stress, I took a look at these Thanksgiving Day tips from the archives. I no longer feel the need to breath into a paper bag. I think I can actually do this thing!
Have any Thanksgiving Day tips to share? Let ’em roll in the comments!