Day 321 Days of Recovery from Procrastination

No time for Procrastination this weekend. I have a very large family, you never know who you will run into when i go home for a visit.

Friday night we arrived in town, stopped at the supermarket and i saw my eleven year old nephew with his friends and their mum.

Saturday after we had made our first deposit on the flowers, we came back to town. (The two florist in my home town never got back to me, so i went to the next major town), we went into the local lotto shop to get a ticket, and i ran into my aunt and uncle.

Then today as we were leaving town, we stopped at the supermarket again, were i ran in to my sister inlaw and seen three other people and my sister while i was there. The joys of visiting my home town.

Its nice to see lots of people i know. I have struggled to make friends where i live, its also a lot larger and less chance of bumping into people.

I miss my family as well, it makes me feel connected when i am home.

I am missing so many moments, but then i raised my daughter in a whole other state. So i shouldn’t be complaing. If i was still heavy into my addiction, i would not even probably be in the happy space that i am in now. I would not also be within my loving family either, or nor would i be able to start the process of marrying the man of my dreams either.

There is so much more to this marriage thing than i realised. Paperwork is always in abundance for everything we have to do these days.

Its exciting though. To be able to sit through the service this morning, before having some morning tea with the minister to start the whole process rolling.

We forgot to take our birth certificates, so my number 1 task tomorrow is,

1. Get our certificates seen by a justice of the peace and sending them off to the minister.

2. After a very heavy work schedule last week, my floors are looking disgraceful.

3. Do some writting, which has lagged behind, because of work commitments too.

Hope everyone has had a wonderful weekend and that all the dads out there have been spoiled.


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