To each his own. To me my own.

Long hand, short hand

As I sit here staring at a blank page, I wonder how I can have so much bottled up in me that I’d like to say but run into these blocks. Blockages, I like to call them – it just sounds funny. My life has pretty much always been an open book, and blogging does release some of the built-up tension that daily life tends to generate.

Me Time. Everyone needs it. Heck it’s mandatory in life just to maintain one’s sanity. Some people have too much, while some poor souls don’t have enough. Is there ever an instance where a person has the ‘perfect amount’?

Regroup Time. Another must-have. A branch-off of the Me Time, if you will. Just how much time is needed for Regroup Time? This surely will differ with each individual. At this point, I’m thinking my own requirements run really low on this one.

Wait Time. The amount of time allotted to yourself for another person’s Regroup Time. Once again, this differs from person to person. It could span a day, several days, a week or more. My experience would be the longer the span, the greater the possibility that a problem exists.

I’ve got plenty of Me Time. No complaints about my Regroup Time, either. These days though, I seem to be overflowing with Wait Time. I’m not sure why, really. I think it may be time to step back and re-evaluate what I should be looking for and if I may be taking things too seriously myself. With the winter months coming up I’m preparing to retreat back into my shell anyway, so I’ll have plenty of time to reach into the ole’ inner core.

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