Monday, May 5, 2008

Just another Monday!

And that it is.. Back to the same old-same old! Oh well. So, this weekend was pretty good. I didn't do to much but the weather was nice. Saturday was supposed to be rainy all day but it ended up being sunny and nice. Then yesterday was Owen's birthday party ( his birthday is today though, he's 2!) But the weather was nice and the sun was out. Got to play a little hockey in the street..
Over the weekend, I was working on a shirt for Owen and as I was sitting there painting it, I was thinking to myself "Why don't I do this more often?". And it made me think about all the time we spend doing things, some things that we have/need to do like going to work. And we spend time doing the things we want to do, but how come during the free time we don't always do things that we actually love to do? Things that bring us peace and relaxation? I really enjoy painting and putzing with it, and drawing the patterns and cutting it out and, even though I complain, making it straight. Don't get me wrong here, I'm not saying that I spend time doing things I hate, because that's not it at all. I spend my free time doing things I like to do. But there are just those things that are fun and just give you a good feeling. I guess it's kind of hard to describe..I guess you'd have to have some of those things to see that there is a difference.
I should make more time for that stuff.. Instead of watching TV or something..
So, I've just been watching hockey lately, and some baseball. I've never really had so much of an interest to watch the Stanley Cup playoffs but this yeah I've been watching them. Last night's game between Dallas and San Jose went 4OT. That's 2 and 1/3 games... 8 periods of hockey.. I didn't stay up for that one.. Dallas won, but I wanted San Jose to win.. Oh well..
Well, I guess that's all I have for today. Hope everyone had a great weekend!


SoMuchSugar said...

OH my god, I always think that too!! (But in retrospect, unfortunately.)

SoMuchSugar said...

P.S. I just wanted to tell you, I had to read this post again -- it really makes so much sense... I have that feeling a lot too, but can never really put it into words so well -- you put it beautifully. :)