441 days to go

441

May 23rd ā€“ 1 year 2 months and 15 days from today

9.57am I have very little time. I said I was going to finish the library scanning today. It’s raining and I feel like going back to bed. My little one didn’t let me sleep. The day I decided to go to bed very early, he decided to cry 20 times at night, for no apparent reason.
I still have stomachache. And I’m exhausted!
My daughter was invited to have a sleepover. My boys will be celebrating.

It’s amazing how you can start looking for something on the Internet and end up finding something else and forgetting completely what you where looking for in the first place. I always joke to the man that when he opens YouTube, it doesn’t matter what he was looking for, he always ends up watching “The Secret of the Pyramids”. (One day I borrowed his computer to put some music video and believe or not, on the side I could see the pyramids. So I guess that everything is related to it somehow)…

Clicking and clicking I found some inspirational quotes by brilliant women (!?!). I loved this one.

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(And you can see me too!!). This afternoon I’m going to find out who Toni Morrison is.

A couple of days ago, I was reading the news, that is for me, reading (or over flying) the headlines and ONLY read the content if I want to. There was an article that caught my eye so I clicked on it. “The Real Reason Over Half of Women Say They Divorced in Midlife” ( http://www.huffingtonpost.com/abby-rodman-licsw/the-real-reason-over-half_b_5350827.html?ncid=txtlnkusaolp00000592 ). (And yes, I’m on that half).

After reading that, I wanted to know when it’s considered midlife. So I searched a bit and I got to this very interesting article ( http://www.lessons4living.com/what_is_midlife.htm ). I left it open on the computer and yesterday, when I had some time, I read it. Then I clicked on different links and ended up doing a temperament test ( http://keirsey.com/sorter/register.aspx ). And you can guess that after doing the test and reading the results, I’m in shock.
It was like if someone had scanned my soul and gave me the results.
I mostly don’t believe much in those things, but this one really got it right. I’ll tell you more about my temperament next time.

Now I should get dressed and go, but first, some needed spring.

Again a lotus, Buddha’s flower. It represents enlightenment. And it’s all related to what I read… (And guess what?!?! Lotus is THE flower of Egypt too… (OMG! Probably if I keep searching I’ll find out I’m the reincarnation of Cleopatra hahhahhahhhahha).

lotus

egy

~ by DotedOn on May 23, 2014.

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