The Lazy Days of Winter

The week between Christmas and New Year’s is such a lazy time.

I was cooking/cleaning/wrapping/etc., etc., nonstop through Christmas night.

I had a very nice Christmas Eve and Christmas.

By Christmas night, I was in too much pain to sleep.

It was a very, very, tough night.

Yesterday, I was a lazy slug.

I watched two (!!!) movies, took a walk on the beach, and did absolutely nothing with my arm …

My arm had told me (quite clearly!) it needed a day off.

Winter Walk @ SHaggerty 2012 W-1

It was really nice to have a “do nothing” day.

Today, I’m adding a small portion of reality into the mix.

I have a much needed appointment with Paul Newman.

Later in the day, I’m connecting with a friend.

At some point, I really need to get some exercise too ….

I feel pretty disgusting from all the holiday food and drinking of the last few days.

I’m pretty sure none of you over-indulged like I did, right?

3 Responses to “The Lazy Days of Winter”

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    We had a “do nothing” day on Sunday. I can’t remember the last time I took an entire day off and just…rested. I’m glad to hear you finally got one, too!

    Oh, and “over-indulgence” is a kind term for what I did over the last few days.

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