There is a saying that “if you want to make God laugh tell him your plans”. Well I think the same should be said for Daniel as soon as I told him about my excitement to attend Blog on Xmas last weekend we then ended up on our local children’s ward.
All joking aside whilst I was gutted to miss the blogging conference being by his side is exactly where I want to be.
Thankfully he is doing ok but it’s another reminder of how life likes to throw you curve balls.
Daniel has a form of diabetes that needs balancing, too much or too little can cause us an issue.
Finding balance isn’t easy but it’s a life lesson we all really need.
It’s been a busy couple of months in my chaotic household it’s not an over exaggeration to say I survived summer by the skin of my teeth. I’m exhausted and emotional not a great combination.
Finding balance has been far from easy.
Life is being a little strange right now, relationships are changing and I’m hurting myself with expectations that often get crushed. My lack of balance is affecting my clarity I’m trying to see the wider picture which isn’t that easy when you are smack in the middle of the situation. Taking a step back isn’t always my first decision and hindsight is just that , hindsight.
Plans can and will change and whilst I thought I was getting better at accepting this I’ve realised I’m holding on to so many things that I really need to let go.
Change is inevitable so I must learn to flow with waves and just sit back and enjoy the ride.