I wanted to make my gratitude list but I don’t think I can. Not Today.
Let me get a little emotional just to unload a few things from my chest.
I’m starting to get sad this week. Last year, peanutbutter♥ told me that it’s just natural that I get sad during this season because it’s the holidays and it’s all about family. And our family isn’t complete during Christmas every year.
Yes, it is one of the reasons that I’m sad. I feel like even though peanutbutter♥ and I talk a lot on video call everyday, I’m getting to know him less and less as time goes by. I also fear that he’s missing Ykaie much more than he can handle.
Another reason that I’m sad is because I’m afraid I will have to close the shop soon. I’ve grown to love this business but it’s not doing good anymore. I have to think of other options to work at home so that I could take care of Ykaie at the same time.
This is not letting me get enough sleep…
It’s also robbing me of the inspiration for my food posts as most of it is a product of giddyness, happy thoughts and emotions.
Mauie Flores says
Hugs, Peachy! Let’s schedule our potluck get together with the other girls before the holidays pambawas ng sadness.
Don’t worry Peachy, it will all pass. Later on, you’ll find yourself in a new business (on food perhaps ;D ) and in no time, you will see your husband again… Cheer up!
Green Monday says
i guess that’s the problem when someone is working abroad but i guess, i would take the pain and the longing to give a better chance to my kids.
jared's mum says
i guess we all go through this at one point or another in our lives. whenever i am feeling rather blue, i tend to go out or do something i really love to do, like read or visit the park with my little man. ♥
here’s hoping you have a better Christmas celebration this time around! 😉