And The Boy is back to school too after more than a week off.
I'm actually looking forward to going back to work and returning to our normal. Even still - getting back into a routine after the holidays isn't easy.
But hey, it's okay if:
I hit snooze a few times. Gotta ease back into the morning routine slowly; I haven't set my alarm in more than a week.
I do not have time to iron The Boy's school shirt (because I hit snooze a few times). It's okay, I tell myself. The creases will wear out. Or his coat will just wrinkle up an ironed shirt anyway.
I stare at my Christmas tree and just want to toss it out. Lights and all.
I do the happy dance after I
My pants feel a little tight this morning and I have to change from my sleek black slacks into leggings because the waist band is elastic. Note to self: flan and coquito are nowhere near low cal.
I don't want to see another plate of pernil and arroz con gandules (also foods that are nowhere near low cal) until Easter.
I'm a teensy bit late to work this morning. Chances are I won't be the only one.
I'm still slightly hung over from New Years Eve/Day. Again, I doubt I'll be the only one.
If I do not want to wish every single person I come across this week a "Happy New Year." After a while, it just gets old. Don't you think?
*Post inspired by the Whispering Writer
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AutismWonderland - written by Lisa Quinones-Fontanez - is a personal blog chronicling a NYC family's journey with autism, while also sharing local resources for children/families with special needs.