Friday, June 3, 2011

I am Lazy

I haven't been worth a hoot this week. I had a great long week-end camping with my family and I haven't got my energy back. What has happened to me, the gal that would get going early every morning and do yard work, clean house, work in the garden and cook dinner for a harvest crew in the summer?. Where has that person gone? I know that I am not that old so that can't be the reason. I guess that I am just lazy, or maybe I have changed my priorities.


For all of my life, I have been a hop out of bed at 5 a.m. person. I would read my devotion, get a big breakfast for the family and then hit the ground running. This year, I have decided that sleeping until 7 a.m. is okay and sometimes it is okay to sleep later. The Rancher is okay with this too. He sleeps later, gets up makes the coffee and reads or goes outside, depending on the season. We eat oatmeal and toast. We have a devotion together, We visit for awhile and then see what needs to be done.


No garden this year. We plan to travel and camp when we can. This is the Ranchers idea. No rain..so not much yard work and lots of watering in the shelter belt to keep the trees alive. The buffalo grass in the yard is hearty so it will survive on little watering.


No one to cook for but me and the Rancher and Son sometimes. We eat a lot different than we used to. More vegetables and very few desserts. I should make the Rancher a pie but he would eat one piece and would be satisfied. I would be tempted to eat the rest if I don't put it in the freezer. Can you believe that I have thrown out pie that we let get old??? I never thought that would happen at this house.


I could sew but, I can't get into that room. Things from my mothers house haunt me each time I go in there and I still don't know what to do with it. Why did I want my grandmothers old dresser? I always wanted it but where can I put it. My house is full of my own junk.


So now you must know, not only am I lazy but I guess I am a hoarder too. I need a good swift kick in the posterier to get me going. Anyone want a job?

3 comments:

Gail Hennigh Cox said...

I sometimes feel a little guilt because I don't get as much done as I did years ago when I was working. Guess our priorities change as we "mature". I savor the time spent at the breakfast table drinking coffee and chatting with Don each morning. Glad you did write this article because I sure can relate!

Andi said...

You cook for Son sometimes? That is a shocker!

So, if I'm a hoarder who may or may not have 39 place settings of dishes, I know who to blame...Grandmama Dolly! It's all her fault, and it trickles down!

Dawn said...

A hoarder? You? It's genetic I'm sure!!