Friday, September 13, 2013

What to Say When You Have Nothing to Say

I got nothing, folks. Exhaustion has been the name of the game the last few weeks.
 
 
I could tell you about the giant piles of laundry that I still need to do.  I could tell you about doing food prep so that my groceries don't go bad... again.  I could tell you about not having time to do anything exercise-related and feeling like a blob.
 
 
But my hubby is actually home for once... so... I'm going to instead snuggle with him and just relax.
 
 
Tell me what interesting things you're doing this weekend!
 
 
 
 
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5 comments:

  1. I get that way..except I have no kids! I am glad your man is home though! Enjoy it!

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  2. I'm unfortunately in the same boat. Laundry, grocery store, studying and work is the name of the game right now. Enjoy the time with your hubby!

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  3. I'm hosting a Sunday, Share Your Story on my facebook page https://www.facebook.com/outoneear. If you'd like to share a story (new or old) please feel free to participate. I found you on Tidbits of Experience today. And I recently wrote a post about my ten thankful things. I had the opposite to be thankful for: my husband of 31 years was gone for the weekend. He rarely leaves me alone in the house because he's a homebody. I'm a travel addict and always on the go. Anyway, he went golfing this weekend with his brother and buddies and I got to sleep in the center of the bed without worrying about him. That might not sound good to you, but I was tickled to have the bed to myself for a couple nights. Now I wouldn't like that at all if it were longer--he's back tonight and I'll have someone warm to snuggle with. It was a win/win situation for us both. It's nice to meet you.

    Warm regards,
    Linda Atwell - Out One Ear
    http://outoneear.com

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  4. Girl, sometimes you post what is on my mind, LOL!! The hubby and I are actually moving...yep moving away from VA. He got a job offer in Madison, Wisconsin so we will be moving up there the beginning of November...I feel like my head is going to explode, there is so much to get done. We will be closer to family which is great for when baby girl arrives in Jan. I will miss VA!!!

    xo Dinah @ sunshine super glam

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  5. I get the same way sometimes - and I don't even have kids.

    Cuddling with your husband beats chores any day :)

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