I’ve been having more procrastinating moments in the last 14 days then I had in the last five years of varsity. “CAN THIS MONTH BE OVER?” Says the little voice in my head while I try and understand the words on one of my assignment notes after a year long academic break.
Simplicity is the state of being simple, uncomplicated, or uncompounded and these days, I’m all about being penny plain. What I mean is that I’m trying to live a simpler lifestyle but in this day and age, it’s quite difficult. We 21st Century born-frees have too much pressure coming from all angles to live a particular life the way our parents did and still do and, while my mother is more appreciative of adapting, my father on the other hand is struggling with the change of times.
Society said that we should only express our love for one another when it’s Valentine’s Day but I would like to think that I show you how I feel every single day in various ways and actions. Today, I would like to dedicate this post to you and remind you how much I appreciate you being in my life.
There’s nothing like catching up with varsity friends or spending the day with family that you haven’t seen in a while. Life does tend to get busy, so I hardly get to see any of my friends or when they do make plans, I often have to cancel. This time around I shifted everything and met up with the lovely ladies I studied with along with spending Sunday at the pools with most of Courtney’s cousins (okay not all). It was definitely a lovely treat not only for myself but to be fully engaged with peoples lives; whether it be good or bad.
Goodbye January and hello new month. The first week of work was nothing but catching up and slow progress. Then the second week I got hit with diarrhea, fatigue and then a horrible throat infection. I’ve never been this sick since I was admitted to hospital in 2012. I recovered by tons of antibiotics, water and my bed but had to squeeze in some exploring even though I was half dying.