I think it is appropriate to talk about time on 12-12-12. None of us will ever see the "repetitive dates" again in our lifetime, and our children might if they grow to a ripe old age. You know how time seems to go faster as you grow older? When you were in elementary school, the school year seem to last F-O-R-E-V-E-R, but now that you are a parent, your children's years seem to fly by? Especially that first one. My baby will be one on Saturday, and I am amazed at how quickly that went by.
Is anyone else stuck in a time warp some days? When you look at your calendar and think, middle of December, how could that be? Wasn't it September just last week? And the holidays seem to especially fly by. So many cute crafts and yummy treats, and only 19 days until the New Year!
I really try not to cram too much into my holiday season so I can try and enjoy the little things with my kiddos, but for some reason, my house refuses to stay clean during December. I have a super fantastic husband who really helps me out on his days off, but yesterday I was sorting laundry and feeling a little frustrated because, seriously, I just washed these clothes two days ago! And then I realized that it was more like eight days ago. Where did those eight days go? I just did this! I usually feel the same way when I realize that I need to mop my floors because it has indeed been three weeks instead of four days since I lasted mopped.
|Sometimes when I watch Dr. Who, my brain hurts thinking about time travel and its various implications.|
What kind of things make your days all blur together? What month should it actually be on your internal calendar?