Sometimes, you just thank God and His angels for these small moments. What I am talking about is the time that you can have for yourself without the guilt and the pressure. Today, I have two hours for myself and this is more than what I could ever need to recharge my batteries. The previous week was a busy and tiring one. It never ceases to cause so much fatigue and yet here I am, still doing those tasks because that’s what I have to do. I have to juggle work and home and self care — all in one hand. That’s how hard it was.
However, this is not written to be complained about but to rejoice! My husband was kind enough to give me this two hours that he willingly looked after our son despite being tired himself.
There’s really a silver lining at the end of a long, dark tunnel. I use this time to reminisce and look ahead while living in the present. All dimensions of time are in my hands and head. Today is a happy day.