Feels like a Weekend

Technically it’s not but it feels like it. The day after Thanksgiving always feels like this big extended day to just lay around and do nothing.

Even when I worked as an acupuncturist and might have been willing to come in, no one really came in the day after. Unless they were shopping for gifts, it seemed like my patients weren’t interested in going out and about.

Today I feel as if I’m in some sort of strange limbo. I ought to write. There are plenty of things that need to be done but I’d rather sit around and look at items online and consider if any of them are things my husband might want for Christmas. So far, I’ve answered that question with a no for nearly everything. The final item was something I realized he would want because I looked it up online and decided that would be a good gift.

So, shopping done, I guess. Now I need to wake myself to do some actual work. Before the next turkey coma.

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