Friday, January 23, 2009


The following post was drafted earlier this week but I haven't had time to publish it.

My mother is slowly but surely recuperating at home. My father has been re-admitted to the hospital with complications from the New year's surgery.

My schedule has been hectic to say the least. Add in my 88 yr old grandmother with her dr appts etc. and I have had very little time left in a day.

I don't mind. I'm glad I'm there for them. However, I'm tired. Not complaining, just stating. By the end of the day, I come home from my mother's, I shower and drop into bed. Not much knitting going on around here with the exception of the dr office waiting room and when I have some free time while sitting with mom.

I'm going a little nuts right now:).

I plan to find a few free moments this weekend. What is everyone else doing this weekend?


Channon said...

Hang in there, and sleep all weekend. Can you do that? It's hard being the responsible, caring one, isn't it?

Laura Neal said...

Wow, take some time for yourself this weekend. You don't need to get down with all that is happening. Have some chocolate and knit away.
Staying home this weekend, no more eating out after the huge vet bill. I nearly fell over at the counter. Those flea/heartworm pills must be covered in gold!
Grocery shopping tonight for the fresh veggies and fruit and then relaxing all weekend. Have a wonderful one and hope everyone gets better up there!

Grace said...

Relax rest when you can, we don't need you getting sick along with all the other things you have to do!! Should you need to vent, I am available!!! Hugs

Bubblesknits said...

I hope your Dad is out quickly and on the mend. I'm with everyone else...try to get some rest, even if it's just with a book and a cup of tea. ((hugs))

Anita said...

Just where does all that time go anyway?? If you find any, let me know where!

Hope you had a decent weekend & got some rest!

Firefly Nights said...

Hope your parents are doing better. I definitely understand that you're not complaining, just stating fact. The five years of my mother's illness, we were worn out. We weren't complaining, either. Just worn out.