{September} Taking Stock – the tired edition

Making : decisions
Cooking : lasagne (Father’s Day tradition here)
Drinking : coffee
Reading : Men At Arms by Terry Pratchett
Wanting : to sleep and sleep
Looking : for my sanity
Playing : Xbox (when I can get my hands on it before anyone else – not often)
Wishing : I wasn’t so exhausted constantly
Enjoying : veg cooked in our new BBQ
Waiting : for bedtime
Liking :  our new bed – keen to have all the bits so we can finally put it together and sleep on it!
Wondering : if I will ever not be exhausted
Loving : my family

Pondering : what happened to the warmer weather we were enjoying
Buying : make up for Halloween
Watching : The Block
Hoping : for a good night’s sleep
Marvelling : at the attitude of our new bunny
Cringing : at Sara winning this week after her tanty last week
Needing : sleep
Wearing : a blanket
Noticing : just how different each Munchie’s sense of humour is to the others
Thinking : James should stop shouting out to me from the bedroom, I can’t hear him and my body is not ready to move yet
Listening: to my body more (well, trying to)
Sorting : socks
Giggling : at lame dad jokes
Feeling : exhausted
Hearing : possible sniffles … ugh


Linking up with Denyse for #Lifethisweek

18 thoughts on “{September} Taking Stock – the tired edition

    1. It doesn’t seem to have turned into anything. Yet. Fingers crossed it stays that way.

  1. I’m with you re Sara’s tanty last week – and then to have the win? Seriously? Disgraceful performance. Wishing you more sleep in September.

    1. Thank you so much, I think they’re pretty special. I do, too, kids are so funny and random.

  2. I wondered about the weather too. This is Spring and it’s 2degrees!
    Enjoyed your taking stock post.

    1. I am hoping for warmer weather soon! It’s been so strange.
      Thanks for popping by 🙂

  3. That’s a great father’s day tradition and beautiful photo. Hope you get some rest soon. Can definitely relate to feeling exhausted all the time. Goes with kids and farking anxiety methinks. Hugs. x

  4. You are amazing. No matter how you are feeling, you get up, give life the best you have and get on with stuff. Good work, Becky and I can only hope that over time the tiredness leaves. I am sure medication along with your conditions contribute…oh yes, and mother of 4!! Yep. That would contribute.

    I am just delighted when I see you have linked up. Always.

    Thanks for linking up this week for #lifethisweek Next week’s optional prompt is Travel Tips. Denyse

  5. I love you have a traditional fathers day dinner. I am waiting for the day I am not exhausted also, it’s also exhausting thinking about all the things that are coming up to deal with, including Halloween, which is always FUN!

    1. It definitely helps, I never have to wonder what to cook for fathers day!
      It’ll be so good when we’re not exhausted, hey! I’m with you, I LOVE Halloween and can’t wait, even if thinking about it makes me want a nap, ha.

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