No Day Is Too Busy

When life gets busy, like this present moment when my schedule is imploding upon itself at the end of the semester, I like to take bits and corners of time -- a minute here, a moment there -- and daydream about the many things I'm looking forward to.  Things like organizing all the closets in my house, or painting the dining room, or sweeping the garage, or otherwise bringing order to my surroundings.

I've got blog posts in my head that can't wait to be written, and craft ideas that can't wait to be crafted, and projects that can't wait to be started, and books that can't wait to be read.

I'm chomping at the bit to care for the areas in my life that have been feeling a bit neglected.

Of course, I can't start any of these outside projects quite yet.  Until I upload my final grades next week, it's all about focus.  Must.  Press.  On.

But what I can do in the interim is to enjoy those daydreams and soak in the fact that spring, finally, is springing.  No day is too busy, after all, to pause for a moment and enjoy what's in front of you right now.

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  1. This is a great way to grab bits of precious time for yourself. I hope things calm down for you soon :-)

  2. Thank you, Francesca! You're so sweet. I see the light at the end of the tunnel, so I know that all will simmer down soon!

  3. Heather HollemanApril 23, 2013

    Gorgeous photo!! I just love this!!

  4. Sara MeehanApril 23, 2013

    Feeling EXACTLY the same way today. And this semester is my last, so it's bittersweet. Moving on to new and exciting (and still unknown) things! Good luck Robin!

  5. Yes, it's certainly bittersweet to have this be your last semester. I hope that all of the loose ends wrap up well for you, Sara, and I'm excited to watch how everything unfolds for you next! Good luck to you, too!

  6. I love this post (such a beautiful photo too).

    I hear you. Enjoy the daydreams but press on and soon you will be soaking up all the things you love and enjoy.

    Wishing you the clarity and focus you need to push through.


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