Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Thank you my wonderful blogging friends

Just a quick post to say thank you to my wonderful blogging friends for all their encouraging words and advice. I feel very honoured to have such wonderful and caring friends.

I promise that I am taking it easy. I am letting a lot of things slide. (the kids are enjoying their more than the "occasional" McDonalds.) I just wanted an avenue to release some frustration. I've always been a person who does things and has loads of energy. I just feel different. Baby is growing well and kicking up a storm. We're all looking forward to her arrival.

5 comments:

mona said...

I am sure you are doing great but do take some time for yourself. The best thing for your kids is a happy mummy.
Mona

Lynn said...

I saw you mentioned on kathy's Irisheyes blog. There ia a wonderful site called flylady.com. She works on the principal that anything can be done in 15 minute incriments with breaks etc. for you every 15 minutes too. it is amazing waht yoiu can really do by setting the timer for 15 minutes. I love the site and messages and think you might enjoy checking it out too if you have never heard of it. Take care of you first! probably no one notices all that you want to get done, But, the blkinds so the kids sleep and a place to pout your parents should be on top of the list, right after yourself.
Lynn

ra said...

poor you it's frustrating when you feel that you can't keep up with what you want to do isn't it. Still not much longer now (do you get less tired after the birth or more though?!?)
I don't suppose that anyone (except you) expects you to manage everything at the moment, so if you need to rest go ahead and rest.

Breien in Lansingerland said...

Hi Ling

Came over to say hi from Irisheye's blog. I saw that you are in the last trimester of your pregnancy. It is indeed good to take some more rest for yourself - knitting can wait until the baby arrived :-) Strength to you in the coming time.

Rain said...

Make sure you put your feet up from time to time too. There's plenty of time for knitting and blogging later. Be sure to take care of yourself.