It’s four thirty in the morning and I have been lying in bed wondering if I should delete my last post. Is it the tone that I want to set for this blog? Will it upset my readers? Should I have calmed down some before posting it?
Well actually I was calm when I typed it. Just annoyed more than anything. And I guess disappointed. I didn’t realise how important it was to see my children in such a play. No the girls never had a central role, they were generally angels and hovered (pardon the pun) up the back of the other children and I didn’t expect James to be given a pivitol role. It is just that for as long as I can remember the Nativity Play has been part of our Christmas Celebrations.
Will my post upset my readers? Well I guess if someone doesn’t like it, they don’t have to read it. I appreciate the comments that have been left, they are part of the reason why I have decided to leave it there. We are all entitled to our opinions, whether others agree with them or not, is up to them. I am not the sort to get into deep theological discussion on religion verses pagan beleifs, I just write what is happening to me.
Is it the tone I want to set for my blog? Well to be honest I don’t think that there will be many posts like that. If there have been in the past I am sincerly sorry. I want this to be a blog that is fairy ‘upbeat’ and light hearted sneak peak into my life and my families. Unfortuately there is also the down side to our lives, and while I try not to let that into this forum there are times when that side must be heard.
Most of the time I cruise along very content with my lot. I love home life, simple things and continunity in life. Routine is what makes me happy. But every now than then life throws a curve ball, and I would like to think that I am passionate enough about life to want to stand up and say “Hang on a minute, I’m not really very happy about that”. That’s what living is about isn’t it?