Going With The Flow

I have been a little absent from my genealogy blog as of late.  Twenty four days is the longest I have gone without a blog post since the inception of my writing endeavor. Surprisingly, I am okay with this.

This year I am working on not stressing so much.  I am a control freak so having kids was one of the best things to happen to me.  It took me a long time to come to terms with the idea that once you have a kid (or two), you can’t get as much done in a day.  I have found that I am still stressing over things I cannot control so I am making a concerted effort to change that.  “Go with the flow” has become my mantra.

I think that most will agree that December is one of the craziest months of the year.  Added to the “normal” December crazy, I was involved in a car accident.  I am so grateful that my children were not injured.  It was not until last week that I felt completely like myself again.  Added to my recent stress levels is having to be in court.  Not to worry, I have done nothing criminal.  The last two weeks were worth it because we ended with a moral victory.  I sure wish that I could have had The Legal Genealogist with me in court to translate all of the legal jargon.

The good news is that I have managed to somewhat stay relaxed during all of this.  More good news is I have received a couple of pieces of information regarding my husband’s maternal line.  Now that I am in my regular schedule and my refrigerator has food in it again, I am back on the blogging wagon.  It feels good to be back.

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2 Replies to “Going With The Flow”

  1. So sorry to hear of your accident but glad to hear everyone’s okay. My two children are teenagers and my mantra has been “choose your battles” – there’s only so much you can get worked up about.

    Nice to hear you have new information in your genealogy research and I look forward to reading about it.

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