It’s been awfully quiet over here. I know. I would hang my head in shame if I’d feel so inclined 🙂 I put up a do not disturb sign for the past couple days, while I caught up on sleep and some things on my todo list after spending an amazing but ginormouslyfatiguingweekend with my husband. Now I can jump back into blogging all fresh-faced and with a happy smile 🙂
Yesterday I noticed a pattern in myself that some people may recognize. When I am dead tired as I was this weekend and don’t take time to rest properly, I fall back into depression. It doesn’t come back in a “tadaaaaaaaaa, here I am!”-version, but sneaks up on me. I know depression for me is a sign I REALLY REALLY REALLY need to take care of myself. And I did.
I now am sitting on the couch in the living room, just started the final edit on my book Ganesha’s blessings, and they will do some work on my home and maybe planning a bit for my birthday. It will be a birthday party in various stages this year, some come in the morning, some come at night and some come three weeks later. That’s the thing with having a birthday in the heart of vacation time 🙂 Turning 7×7 on Saturday 🙂
Anyway, after all this blabbering I really want to share something with all of you. We went to the zoo on and there we witnessed this. I can’t even remember taking pictures of it, just that I smiled so big my mouth went: “Ouch!” 😀
Elephants are my favorite animals, and that’s why I was so psyched to get the inspiration for Ganesha’s blessings 🙂