When I first started this blog, I thought I could continually write a post daily… that quickly turned into Mission Impossible. I’m only able to write after The Moo goes to bed (which is after 8:30PM), not to mention due to a slow internet connection, it takes over an hour just to upload images and/or videos.
So, I decided to take the weekends off.
Well, I need to take another step back for my own sanity.
Between Little Moo’s sleep regression (as discussed in I Did a Bad Bad Thing (Part I) and (Part II)) which, unfortunately, hasn’t completely righted itself yet, not getting to bed until 1AM and just being fried, I need to slow it down.
I’m turning into a pumpkin, folks. And not just because I am all of the other characters to The Moo’s Cinderella (including the coach itself).
Plus, I can’t remember the last time Husband and I had 5 minutes to ourselves even to just snuggle up on the couch and watch one of the many bad movies that’s been on TV.
(Has anyone seen the Johnny Depp/Christopher Walken thriller, “Nick of Time?” – The title is it’s own SPOILER ALERT: Pretty sure you’ve figured out when the good guy gets away from the bad guy. Say it with me… “Just in the…”)
And I don’t want to be the bad guy here.
There’s this weird layer of guilt that I’m going to let you down.
This is actually a masochistic driving force in what motivates me… but I need to listen to myself. I need to listen to the advice I give The Moo, “Why don’t you take a minute?”
And yes, there’s this weird anxiety that you won’t come back or that you’ll lose interest or that you’ll forget about me.
I’m not trying to be melodramatic, but I want you know that I don’t take any of this lightly.
But I just need to be honest with myself. I need to take a tiny step back and be a better Mommy, a better wife and a better ME.
So, while I will now be posting on Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays (PST), I do hope that you aren’t let down. I hope you will continue to come back and that your interest will be renewed with each post.
I’ll see you on Wednesday.
And in The Breakfast Club style… “Don’t You Forget About Me.”
Fear not… here are some pics of The Moo and our view to tide you over.
More to come,