It’s an icy and wintry Day at the hollow.

It’s an icy and wintry Day at the hollow.

Posted in Farm Weddings

I never realized that I would be so bad at blogging.  I love to write; I even consider myself to be something of a wordsmith.  I thought that blogging would come naturally to me–kind of like journaling, yet some of my private thoughts and opinions would not be appropriate for obvious reasons.  I don’t know if it’s a time thing or what, but I just can’t seem to find 30 minutes per day to work on social media either.  Yes, I know it’s just something that has to be planned for, scheduled, put on the appointment book.  Something that I have come to realize from being iced and snowed in this week –I’m never going to be good at time management.  I’m never going to have a perfectly organized house or desk.  It’s just not the way I roll.  I’m not a messy person, per se–I just don’t give a lot of priority to having a place for everything and everything in it’s place.  My best friend, Debbie, who lost her battle with cancer over a year ago, taught me a very valuable lesson.  In the grand scheme of things, having a perfectly organized and clutter-free home is just not worth giving up time to do other things that you love–such as hanging out with grandbabies, going to a dinner and a movie with a friend, having a day set aside to go window shopping, making plans for weekend getaways with girlfriends–giving time to tasks that matter so much more in the eyes of heaven.  So, I’m going to try my best not to beat myself up for not being an organizing wizard or detail-oriented diva.  I’ll do what works best for me, for my family and my business and amid all of my boxes and bundles and stacks of things to be filed away,  I’ll do my best to do my best. Stay warm folks:) JL