I Twitter!

Wednesday, 14 December 2011


It's that time of the year, although I've never found myself in this place before...

I am well and truly stuck - For blog material, for words to describe where I'm at - I'm at what we call in Therapy an impasse.

I am enjoying reading your words out there in Blogworld.

I am thinking of Christmas and what I have left to do.

I am contemplating having some time off from therapy and work over the holidays to re-charge my batteries.

My lovely son, Grizz, has broken up with his long-term girlfriend and I worry about them - I do, but I won't interfere...   Will she want the rattykins back, when we are so ensconced with them now?

I have no weddings until mid-January.

I need to read some books to catch up on therapy work.

I am contemplating taking the counselling course forward for another year, so I can call myself a Psychotherapist.   I have to make that decision in January.

Today is my birthday and I spent it in College, although I met my lovely cousin, David, whom I call "Coz", straight from Shakespeare, for lunch.   He was sweet.   He always is.   Sweet and wonderful and clever and slippery.    He likes to be slippery!   I think it's a quality I need to cultivate.

Perhaps if I were more slippery I'd not get as stuck as Pooh in the wooky-hole, or honey-tree, whatever it is he gets stuck in?!

A bientot, mes bloggy reves...

Soon, with better stuff, greater inspiration and less stuckiness!


Vix said...

Happy Birthday to you!!!
I'm sorry to hear about your Son's break-up. I hope there isn't a ratty custody battle and that their Grandparents get full visiting rights.
Enjoy your big day and hope Xmas runs smoothly. x

Chairman Bill said...

Ever considered combining psychotherapy with your creative streak? Art therapy? Sis-in-law does it.

Mrs Jones said...

Hey, happy cakeday, Missus! I frequently find I have nothing to blog about, so I don't! I do it when I feel like it rather than when I think I ought, that way it remains a pleasure rather than a chore.

Jarmara Falconer said...

Happy Christmas to you.
Thank you for sharing your thoughts and pictures with us.

I look forward to catching up with you again in the New Year

SueAnn said...

Let me lend you a hand!! There....now you are not stuck. Just hanging with me...sipping some nice hot tea and chatting about our Christmas plans! Taking a break..we all need a break! Especially this time of year!!
Hugging you

Z said...

Happy birthday, and I'm sorry about the break-up. One accepts one's children's partners as ones own family and it must be hard.

Expat mum said...

Happy Birthday!
I had a complete blog breakdown last week and the week prior. Couldn't think of a single thing to blog about, nor did I want to. Seem to be back on track now, but it's good to take a breather when you need to.

Sarah Mac said...

Hoping your Birthday was a good one :)

Helga! said...

Happy birthday,doll!!
Sounds like you're just in a phase!!!
Bummer about your boy's break up,I hope it's for the better!

theothersideofparis said...

A belated bon anniversaire!

Suldog said...

Happy Birthday!

(By the way, Pooh is stuck in Rabbit's doorway - or "hole", as the case may be - and, since he had to lose weight before he could get out, and that took some time, Rabbit made use of his legs as a place to hang dishtowels. Just so you know.)

Librarian said...

A belated Happy Birthday to you! And a warm welcome as my 50th blog follower - thank you!

Cait O'Connor said...

I sympathise with your son troubles, I am/was in the same boat with mine.
Belated birthday wishes to you, many very happy returns.

Something I wrote earlier...

Blog Widget by LinkWithin