This weekend was one of those weekends that I was referring to in my very first post.
On Friday, Wes and I went to a beautiful wedding of our dear friends. We had the best time! It took place in the same venue that we got married, so it brought back some nice memories. Saturday was our scheduled date night, we saw the new Joker movie - I highly recommend. As I'm writing to you it's 10:16 PM on Saturday and I realized, that I have a Baptism to attend tomorrow.
I'm so tired and while I should go to bed, I need to figure out what the heck I'm gonna wear for tomorrow.
I have yet to re-cooperate from the wedding. And while today was a pretty chill day, I'm already thinking about prep for the rest of the week. I didn't get a chance to go to the grocery store, so I don't know what I'm meal prepping. I didn't go to the dry cleaners, to drop off my clothes. My living room looks like an Amazon distribution center since I didn't get a chance to run to the post office. I seriously want to sleep.
I can already tell that by Tuesday I'm going to be burnt out. And when I start feeling this way on a Saturday, sickness is only a call away. My nose is already running.
Weekends like this happen now and then, but almost every weekend is a go go go. On weekends like this it's hard for me to sit back, relax, and take in the moment. I'm always thinking about the next thing. I spent so much time over the past few weeks prepping for the wedding. I didn't realize that the baptism was the same weekend. And while date night should be our time to focus on one another, I just wanted to sleep.
This must be what a toddler feels like when they are fighting their sleep to see what the adults a gabbling about. I WANT TO ENJOY MY SATURDAY DAMMIT.
I hate feeling this way. I want to be able to give my best self to everyone. I want to be able to have enough time and energy for everything. Weekends like this are the times where I want to be a stay at home wife the most.