It's been about a week since I've posted anything; my energy level has been at an alltime low.
I'm not feeling too bad about that though, since I have to return to work in two days, I'm just going to enjoy them with reading and watching tv.
In the last week though, I've read...
The Pack by L.M. Preston
Undomestic Goddess by Sophia Kinsella
City of Ghosts by Stacia Kane
put a good dent in Spin State by Chris Moriarty
Let me just say though, that after reading City of Ghosts I kind of feel like I did after reading Magic Bleeds (Ilona Andrews)...like nothing much is going to measure up....thus side trip into Heavy or Hardcore Science Fiction. Absolutely nothing like urban fatansy or Young Adult.
I plan to write the reviews of these books soon, but not much else.
It's also my 31st wedding anniversary...which feels kind of odd.
We've been together for 31 married years, a bit over 34 total years.
That's a big chunk out of my life.
Since I was at the end of my 15th year.
I say with a sense of humor here, I can see how a relationship can go from obsessed love to comfortable love to almost hate, and back to close friends, almost enemies, back to love...and that's just one day!
really we've been together so long I can't imagine life without him....although sometimes I have to say, if feels like it could be calmer without ---but in the end, this is the man who's been with me through all the good times and all the bad times....he's a little cranky now, but then I'm pretty sure I am too!
(I know I am)
Whatever - we haven't had an easy life - just like so many Americans, we've spent most of our adult lives living from paycheck to paycheck.
After a life like that, we've both earned some cranky time, as well as the knowledge that we can survive just about anything together.
I just don't feel like being tested anymore...knock on wood (hey universe - doesn't mean I'm tired of living yet! I would just like some of the years to come to be a bit easier)
Can't complain too much though, because even when we were at our wits end, somebody would end up laughing at some point.
Sometimes it's one of the kids that would start it, sometimes one of us, but we all have a very strange, morbid (at times) and twisted sense of humor - courtesy of life.