It’s Been Too Long

I’ve been dreading this post because honestly I don’t have a ‘good’ excuse for posting. Some might say any reason is valid as long as it’s genuine but personally I hate excuses – you know how that saying goes.

I can’t say I’ve been up to much except work and lots of it. I’m not sure if I’m bummed by the end of summer or just life in general but this weekend – I slept through Saturday! No seriously – I went to bed Friday around 3am (okay, it was Saturday by then) and woke up Sunday feeling brand new! LOL!

I know -that isn’t normal but my mom always did call me a dormilona . She always asked me “Are you sure Morpheus isn’t in love with you?” and then she would tell me the story about the Greek god of sleep.

I will post more, I promise. I better start keeping a list and saving posts for lazy days.
* Pic via Lipsticklife.net

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