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It's good to relax

After several weeks of running around for at least one day every weekend, I finally think I have both days to myself for this one.

This month so far Mr C and I were at a concert in on the 3rd, visited on the 11th, celebrated our anniversary the following weekend with a trip to with friends and spent last at the Centre for History in town at a launch. At least we were fed and watered during that event...

This weekend the most complicated thing we have to do is visit the barber's for a haircut tomorrow. I have errands to run in town anyway (involving the Post Office and bank) so it's not like I'm going to find the trip a waste. We're also planning to shoehorn in a grocery shopping session on the way home too.

I have just finished helping a contact some new landing pages for her website. She asked me for them last weekend but the time just was not there. Now I have time to catch up with everything here from the last week while supper is cooking. Then to bed, to dream sweet dreams of short neatly clippered rather than long floppy strands tying themselves up round my glasses and earrings, as they have been this week.


Image Credit » https://pixabay.com/en/woman-stylish-fashion-view-101542/ by Hans

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Feisty56 wrote on October 30, 2015, 6:33 PM

You've been a busy lady! Relieved to hear you'll have some time for true R&R this weekend.

WordChazer wrote on October 30, 2015, 7:28 PM

I'm never less than busy, but t4 weekends of it like that is almost unheard of since I jacked in the weekend retail job in favor of spending more time scribbling and eBaying.

wolfgirl569 wrote on October 30, 2015, 7:50 PM

Hope you are able to enjoy a full relaxing weekend

Paulie wrote on October 31, 2015, 12:16 AM

Yes, I would say that you have been very busy this month. Why is it that so many girls and younger women prefer long hair, but older women like short?

WordChazer wrote on October 31, 2015, 2:27 PM

If having my husband pull me round town and then dodging the Halloween-shopping kids in the store can be described as relaxing, I've had a great day. Soup is cooking, just need to finish that then it's on to eBay for the evening. Nothing more than housework, writing and eBay planned for tomorrow, either.

WordChazer wrote on October 31, 2015, 2:30 PM

I would call it the Princess effect (or Pwintheth, as they seem determined to lisp it). By the time women get to my age many of us have lost patience with long hair that needs preparation every morning. My idea of the ideal haircut is one that dries on the way to the bus in the summer. I lost patience with mine at about the age of 12 or 13 and ever since I've had it as short as I can get away with without causing offence or shock to others.