Welcome back to crazy little things! I hope everyone is doing ok and if you are not, well that is ok too because you don’t have to be ok all the time as you are only human. So it is Christmas Eve Eve and I hope you are all having a wonderful evening. Me and my partner watched Elf with a few mince pies and cheer gins and I have now lost him to his games room. Girl’s tip while man caves are a good idea you will eventually lose them from time to time in them, I swear if he could put a toilet and a fridge in there I would never see him. I have had to point out the irony to him (that’s what girlfriends do) that he gets a whole room for his gaming and I get a corner in our kitchen for my blogging, at least I am closer to the fridge and kettle. Silver lining.
Well, I am feeling better than I did yesterday, the miscarriage memory will always be painful but that pain helps charge my hope that one day we will have a family of our own and it will all be worth it. If there is one thing I can take away from this year it is that I really do have a lot of strength within and I still have so much more to give to this world.
So let’s move on to my blogmas post day 23 post –
Let’s make some memories this Christmas!
Over these last few days I have tried to spend less time on social media and more time living in the moment. This is a great time of year to make memories that last a lifetime and I intend on doing so. So far we have made cookies, mince pies and watched Christmas movies snuggled on the sofa. So instead of being present on social media, this Christmas let’s be present in our own lives. That doesn’t mean messages aren’t open for people who are struggling it just means that instead of trying to post everything that happens I am just going to enjoy it. So if you can step away this Christmas from social media for a few hours then try to do so and if you can’t because you are struggling and need to speak to someone hey do what’s best for you.
Let’s have a non-judgemental Christmas and let’s make some memories!
Take care all,