I've got them, believe it or not. I have thoughts I want to share on being a donor egg mom, about remembering to live in the moment, about continuing to heal from IF hell, about how excited I am that the IRL support group I host has been able to expand to include a primary infertility only meeting, even some thoughts on parenting in general.
But what I have time for is this:
I am not much a fan of Christmas. Early on I hated the way it overshadowed my birthday (I will be 43 on the 19th), then I learned to dislike the commercialization and the way Christmas music blasted in all the stores now seems to have the undertone of "buy, buy, buy". Then I went from agnostic to atheist and the"Christ" part of Christmas seems silly. I still celebrate because the secular part of it is fun and I tend to think of it more of a solstice celebration than anything - which is probably the origins of the holiday.
One thing I love though, is the lights. In these long, dark, nights, I love to drive around and see all the lights. I think we should stop calling them Christmas Lights and start calling them Winter Lights. They should go up by mid November and stay until the end of January.
When I am in charge, I will make it so.
Happy Solstice to everyone. May you enjoy what you can and survive the rest.