Wednesday, December 22, 2010

How'd That Happen?



Saturday is Christmas. Which means next Saturday is 2011. How in the fuck did that happen already? I'm pretty sure I'm still 12 and hoping to stop getting zits within the next year...Right? No? What do you mean by that, exactly?

Oh, you mean I'm 36 and still have one Christmas gift to buy and about eight others to wrap? Dammit...

Well, you know how my mom and I were trying to figure out what to cook for Christmas dinner, since we've both decided we're tired of the stuff we've been making twice every year since 1994? We finally made a decision; we're not cooking. Nothing "special" anyway. No cooked-all-night dressing. No sweet potato pies. And I can honestly say I won't miss it.

The thing that'll really be odd, though, is that since we're looking at a combo of frozen rain and snow starting early on Friday, I likely won't be going to my mom's for Christmas Eve. That will be the first time, literally in my entire life, that I won't be with my mom the day before Christmas. She told me yesterday that she thinks I should just stay at home if the weather is bad, but I already feel neglectful.

And? And! I'm having end-of-year/beginning-of-year anxiety. I can never really find a good way to get myself to get things done. (Important, advance my station/happiness in life things. Not laundry type things; I do that shit all the time.)

I make To-Do lists, and do you know what happens? I do the stuff that doesn't scare me, every time. The really important things always get pushed back because they're not so easy and they freak me out and I'd rather avoid them. Even though I know avoidance has always gotten me nowhere.

Wow! I did not mean to be a downer when I started on this post. Apologies. Now enjoy a little levity via 1967...

4 comments:

SoMuchSugar said...

Oh I understand that, I am still scrambling not only for gifts but to the realization that another year has passed! Sorry you're having such frozen weather. We are taking it low-key this year ourselves (though we have only had a bit of rain here in CA, I know, boohoo.)
Happy Holidays my dear!!

citygirl said...

We're due for a mild snowstorm tomorrow, but luckily they say we won't be getting the freezing rain.

Glad you guys don't have flooding or mudslides like they do in so much of CA.

Merry Christmas!

Snowbrush said...

You're 36, and you enjoy the Monkees and Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra. Wow!

citygirl said...

I know. I'm very cultured...

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