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Exhaling Loudly…This is my life.

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I know it’s not weekend yet, but I am thankful that we are halfway there, or as in my case, almost a day to weekend and the school Spring breaks commences on Friday. YAYYYYY!!!

Our weekend’s over here in the Middle East starts on Thursday evenings and sometimes, it makes my mind go wonky, when the work week starts on Sunday’s and other parts of the World are still on a weekend.

It’s been one of those weeks that’s just bleh; waking up at past 4 am and making the children’s breakfast and food for school with one eye open.

I know that being a mother, weekend does not necessarily spell idling, but some things are taken out of the hectic equation.

My mouth will probably get twisted seven ways from talking, settling squabbles and I will probably pull my hair out now and again, for these days that squad will be fully at home, adrenaline filled and looking up to Mama the squad entertainer extraordinaire to keep them focused and entertained.

I shall however, thoroughly enjoy not having the infernal red alarm clock go off,Β  just when I am getting into the zen part of the sleep; at least for the next two weeks. It even rings in my head when I am awake :/

On the other hand, I am equally thankful for a lovely blogger’s bash held in this space. The supportive turn out was just awesome πŸ™‚

I am equally excited that the cover of my collected poetry will soon be ready. There’ll definitely be a sneak peek.

What are the itty-bitty things that your heart knows thanks for?

Do share if you will. Thank you.

You can join Colline’sΒ  or Maria Jansson gratitude challenge platforms.

Β© Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha

 

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18 thoughts on “Exhaling Loudly…This is my life.

  1. have a great spring break.I’m thnkful I don’t have a gold tooth anymore thanks to my amazing dentist. I have a great daughter, mother and partner. I’m healthy, loved and get to blog and do things

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  2. Hi. As I get older I find I am simply thankful for waking up each day, because I guess one day I won’t. So your list of struggles and stuff makes me smile. Thanks for that. It’s called life. And everything about it is radiant and beautiful, even the griping. Have a great weekend.

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  3. I salute women especially back in the old days. I felt they were so strong and hard working. I wish I could be like you waking up so early. Haha I prepare everything the night before because I’m afraid I won’t be able to wake up so early. Haha

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