My kid is "camping" in the home office this month. He's renovating his room... which really means excavating 7 years worth of clothing on the floor, odds bits of wood/string/mechanical parts/guitar pics and probably some dishes with mummified remains. So he is crashing on our spare couch and graciously asking me if I need computer time just as I get ready for bed.
All of which means it's awkward for me to get to my computer (as I prefer to write this blog at home - lol).
And then Blogger keeps having issues and locking us bloggers out for a day or two at a time.
Which means I don't write a post.
And then... it's summer... and... well... you know...
Which means I don't even remember I write a blog.
All of which made me realize how easy it is to let life get in the way.
We all tend to gravitate to what is convenient, simple or quick. From email spelling (u no wht I mean) to a 'to do' list (more fun to write than tackle), we allow ourselves to be gently steered off course.
Some days, that's just fine. We need a break or a moment of reflection or perhaps just a nap! As long as the detours don't sabotage the life you're hoping to create, go ahead. Our kids/friends/parents can take precedence over a meeting! Our health can trump an obligation. A good book can circumvent laundry sorting.
Life is meant to be lived and not planned to the last second; life is a freestyle event. Things will arise and you will need to 'go with the flow'.
As long as you don't let the little things pile up in your way too often that you get off course - whatever a "course" means to you.
I can share my home office for a while this month; there are books to be read on the porch while the sun still shines after dinner.