a little slice of normal…

I had a totally crap post halfway written whining about how my “holidays” were encroaching on my happy sense of normal.

Like I said though, it was a total crap post.

Whiny whiny whine.

I had a great holiday. I did.

But the holiday… it is OVER.

Right?

Who’s with me?

Down with the holidays!

Up with the everydays!

I swear I will be back to “normal” soon.

When nana and papa Kaos head home, when K goes back to school, when Mr. Kaos goes back to work, when food is normal…

Someday babies…

At least I still have my Cherry Coke by my side.

While I have you here though, tell me, is your life back to the normal ebb and flow of everyday life or are you still submerged in the holiday happenings too?

13 thoughts on “a little slice of normal…

  1. sybil law says:

    DUDE.I still have 2 parties to attend tonight, and as you know that is nowhere NEAR normal for me. Parties and people in town all week.BAH.Cannot wait for normal again. I actually volunteered to work Sunday because I am so bored and sick of “relaxing”.Somethin’ ain’t right.

  2. Jo Beaufoix says:

    Back to normal, as in my house is almost straight again, but we’re having mates over for New Year’s Eve so I have to plan that. Hmmm, we’re kind of in the eye of the storm I think. I am ready for the normals though.January will be crazy. We have a weekend away for my mum’s 60th. My brother, Mr B and my godson’s birthdays, and Miss M turns three on January 25th and will start Nursery 5 mornings a week just after which I’m dreading, (even though I know she will love it.)I can’t really see normal happening till February. Bugger.

  3. Jamie says:

    Normal never left our house. On the evening of Christmas Eve and on Christmas morning it relaxed a little, but it never left. If it weren’t for the 3′ fiberoptic tree in our living room you’d never know that Christmas was here recently.

  4. mielikki says:

    as soon as New Year’s Eve is done, I will take the tree down and put away the decorations. Then, I will feel closer to “normal”.

  5. bellevelma says:

    Tree came down today. Inside decorations are boxed up and put away. My husband can take care of the outside stuff. Diet begins as soon as I polish of the last of these stinkin’ Christmas cookies…

  6. Lisa Milton says:

    I’m down with the normal too. My normal. My ‘read blogs, and prance around without so much drama’ normal.I am ready.

  7. Gunfighter says:

    I look forward to some normal… but it isn’t coming as soon as it is for some of us.My Mrs Loooooves Christmas.I mean, really.I love it too, but not like her. I’m ready to pack this stuf up right effing now, but I think it may be another week yet.

  8. holly says:

    i totally left a comment here yesterday. where is it?! stooopid computer. anyway. i think i was complaining that *normal* meant i had to go back to work. i do not wish for this. so i’m milking this holiday for every ounce it’s worth. i can’t come forward with you into non-holiday land, cami. it’s not fair. i’m staying here. wait. poopy nappies. untidy house i keep having to clean. dishes re-dirtying themselves. chocolates chasing me all around the house. hang on cami! i’m coming! end this baby now![a ha – i think my yesterday comment was thwarted by word verification]

  9. Travis Erwin says:

    I’m with ya. I haven’t gotten more than a few paragraphs of real writing done in a couple of weeks.

  10. Bubblewench says:

    i see the light at the end of the tunnel finally… and for the first time ever, i’m not all that bummed to get the tree out.

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