Life has gotten in the way for the past week or so.

At first, blogging was the place I went to — I even started catching up on reviews. This because I couldn’t concentrate enough to sit down with a book.

As it stands, boiled down and condensed (it’s all very complicated, and I don’t really like talking about it, either), our life as we know it will come to a screeching halt in a month or so. It’s not that we didn’t know about this ahead of time; we did, and we’d acted, decided. But then those plans fell through. A number of times, we got to a point where we thought we had things mostly figured out. And then those hinge pins gave way.

And this is happening during a busy month — this weekend’s Easter, next weekend’s the read-a-thon — which makes the stress levels higher and the available time to figure this whole thing out effectively shorter.

I’m not reading as much, nor blogging as much. My attention span right now is that of a much more hyper person. It’s not very comfortable.

Don’t know, really, what the point of this post is. I felt the need to let this out, though.


15 responses to “Life

  1. ick—I hate that feeling of internal chaos. I know what you mean about choosing activities that will go along w/a crazy brain even while longing to be still enough to read or think or pray.

    Peace to you as your life halts and you discover what God is working out. Stay steady.

    And thanks for hosting the read-a-thon. I’m looking forward to it!

  2. Sorry you have to deal with so much at one time. Wishing you the best, and here’s a ((HUG))!

  3. Uh, oh. Anything I can do?

  4. I hope everything turns out for the best for you and your family.

  5. I hope everything is all right! We all go through these down moments and feel like things go by the wayside. Take care!

  6. I’m really sorry to hear that. I hope things get sorted out soon, and in the best possible way.

  7. I triple ditto (if that’s possible) what the others have said. Big hugs.

  8. I know you will get through this. Just remember to breathe. There is a surprise for you here:

  9. I hope that things work out for you soon. Whatever happens, don’t forget to smile. A little smile can go a long way in times of turmoil and uncertainty. I haven’t visited very often, but I’m sending you a hug anyway! Hang in there.

  10. Thinking of you! Hang in there and I hope you find the peace you need in the coming days.

  11. Ugh, no fun. Here’s to happy thoughts and easier times heading your way!

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