Friday, March 7

slow days




I've been staying in bed for the past few days, battling the flu (I used to fall sick whenever I got a break from university; now, it seems I fall sick a week before the break - which in a way is good, 'cause I get well before the break begins, though I feel somewhat guilty for missing classes). I've had plenty of time watch the snow fall and the light change outside, and notice how days really are getting longer.

When I'm busy, I always think what I would do if I just had some time for myself - read, knit, blog, etc.
And what have I done? Absolutely nothing.
But maybe that's ok, too.

6 comments:

Nuttula said...

Toivottavasti olo alkaa jo olla parempi! Joo, mulla käy aina samalla tavalla, mietin mitä tekisin jos olisi aikaa, ja sitten se aika vaan menee :) Mutta flunssaisena tekee varmaan hyvääkin vaan olla.

tanja said...

No eihän flunssassa kuitenkaan juuri mitään jaksa tehdä. Mutta sama juttu mullakin, kaikkea haluttaisi tehdä, kun on kerrankin kotona. Vaikka kuumeeni ei olekaan korkea, alkaa jo pian tulla huono olo, jos liikaa on pystyssä. Onneksi voi kannettavan kanssa pötkötellä. Parane pian!

mansuetude said...

enjoy your long rest. sometimes doing "nothing" is really a more productive time than we dream. Day dreaming before school, work, life, is ALWAYS part of process. ")

Maija said...

It's good not to do anything. Give your brain a rest!

sandra said...

that happens to everyone all the time... i'm pretty tired of "the grass is greener on the other side", wish human brain (mine) could be smarter than that ;) hope your weekend has been great!! :)

SCAREDY-CAT said...

Thanks for all the well wishes!