♦️Guten morgen, alles! It’s been a while. I find it hard writing these everyday posts. I want there to be some sort of meaning behind my words. So I mostly write when I have something to say, something that doesn’t involve what I’ve done, ate or bought that day. I have to feel somewhat inspired to be able to write something decent. Or, like now, to let you know I’m alive… 😏 But I guess the whole point of having a blog is using it as a sort of online diary. I see that most people do that. And life doesn’t just consist of deep thoughts and serious reflections. It’s all those little everyday things that we’ll probably remember when we’re old. So I’ll try to drop in here a little more often. Mix profoundness and seriousness with everyday life and superficiality. I’ll just have to write a book on the side. 🤔 Anyhow, it’s ten thirty a.m. and my son is still sleeping. He’s been sick since last Saturday. Yesterday was his first fever free day. He’s sixteen now and manages fine on his own, but it feels good to have the possibility to be home with him when he’s not feeling well. Especially when he has a high fever. Make sure he eats and drinks. Be there if he needs anything. However, you do get a little crazy staying inside the house a whole week. Occasionally, when his fever had gone down for a while, I managed to go for a quick grocery shopping run, and got some fresh air. But I need more than that. I know there are people who can stay home for days at a time without wanting to go outside, but I’m the total opposite. My long walks are therapy. The wind against my face, music or a good podcast in my headphones. I’ll see if my son is up for going outside today. It’ll probably just be a short walk since he’s still coughing a lot. But some fresh air will do him well after this week. Until next time. ✌🏼
Sums up our week pretty well… This is all he wants to eat when he’s sick. Fish and mashed potatoes. 😂 And Capri-Sun. 😂 The Capri-Sun is very important.