Friday, December 23, 2011

Gently making it through the night...


I'm too excited to sleep, of course, because today is the day that my daughter and her father arrive. That is a big occasion and one I have been looking forward to. I've spent the last few days doing chores and wrapping the last presents for Christmas and generally preparing myself mentally for the big day. 

This morning I have to get myself in spiffy condition and make sure I look my best because first impressions count and I want to make a good first impression. I've picked out my outfit and have to redo my nails and make sure my hair looks good. Then I've got to face the day with a cheerful face that's well made up. Not too much make up so as to not look artificial. 

My daughter posted photos of herself and her father on the airplane on Facebook. Her father had upgraded their flight to first class so they're traveling in style and comfort. As far as I'm concerned, that's the only way to travel intercontinental. It's ever so much better than being crammed like a sardine into economy class on such a long flight. I always like it when exonomy class is overbooked and I get upgraded to business class. I think that's a real luxury. 

In the meantime, I'm sitting here drinking a glass of cold milk and I've just taken my morning dose of medicines. I'm really taking my time writing this because my thoughts keep drifting off to other subjects. I'm doing an awful lot of daydreaming. It's amazing how one thought will trigger a whole series of memories to come to the surface. Before I know it, I'm all caught up in them. That's a bad habit. I mustn't live in the past. 

I think I will go take a shower and slowly get the show on the road. There's lots of time to do all the things I want to do. I may even get some sleep later on. The sun's not up yet so the day hasn't officially started yet.

Have a great day.

Ciao,
Nora





6 comments:

Connie Rose said...

I hope you have a really wonderful visit with your daughter and ex, and a lovely Christmas. Much love!

Wisewebwoman said...

I am so happy for you Nora, I am sure it will be a wonderful visit. Your daughter will be delighted to see you so well.
Enjoy!
What a lovely gift.
XO
WWW

Bernie said...

Oh Nora how wonderful for you to have your daughter and ex with you for the holidays. Have a very Merry Christmas my friend, I am just so happy for you. Sending big hugs as always......:-)

CorvusCorax12 said...

Have a wonderful visit ♥

VioletSky said...

Enjoy your visit! I am so excited for you.

Maggie May said...

Have a wonderful time.
Maggie X

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