For some in-explicable reason, I feel let down when the holidays are over.
I'm not in school, so I don't get winter break. I don't work for one of the company's that makes you take the week between Christmas and New Years off. I am no longer a child, so I don't have a ton of gifts waiting for me this season. I'm not Christian so I don't celebrate Christmas and get overly excited about Jesus.
I guess it's like the end of summer. It's another reminder that time is swiftly passing by. I remember hoping that time would go by quickly so that I could FINALLY...graduate...meet "the one"...get married...have kids, etc...
In today's world, I hope that time would slow down so that I didn't have to rush to get the kids to school/activities/bed, get myself to work/working out/paying bills/grocery shopping/etc...
From childhood to adulthood, not only does your outlook on life change, but so does your perspective. Not sure yet what it means :)
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