Nothing ever happens…

plate spinning

Isn’t it funny how you can feel like you are on a treadmill week in week out and at the very same time be experiencing a whirlwind of macrocosmic transition? Over the last few days so many things have happened and occurred to me and yet here I am, Sunday evening, getting ready for tomorrow’s school run – tomorrow’s commute, another Monday morning in the office…

Friday morning we found out Britain is no longer a member of the European Union (or are we? All a bit confusing right now). Many of you out there have written reams on the subject, Facebook was awash with doom and disappointment and putting a brave face on for at least 24 hours. The petition for a second referendum is currently standing at about 3 and a half million (be interesting to know what the record is for most signed petition to parliament – this is surely up there?). So much speculation, I’m just trying not to think too hard about it because I don’t want to spend another sleepless night worrying over projected futures that may never happen.

Myself and the boys are back with my parents as of the weekend and I’m still trying to get my head round another four weeks of motorways and racking up hundreds of miles on the car between now and the end of term.

I’m trying to be organised but it’s that old plate-spinning cliché – something’s going to smash eventually.

Oh and it was BML16 at the weekend and I missed it. I looked at all the posts and the pictures and saw some people I now think of as friends because I’ve had the privilege to become a member of this little online community. And yes, it did make me feel a bit of a pang because I was there last year and it was a buzz meeting people in the flesh, but actually, it also made me realise that my blog-life is not what it used to be. Having said that I will definitely be seeking out recordings of some of the Keynote speeches – I may not be a candidate for an award or accolade but I can still support those who are.

Emotionally I have gone from anxious to nervous to ecstatic, back to nervous again with a little bit of contented and exhausted and excited. So, yeah – bit all over the place really.

And nothing ever happens… until it does.


8 thoughts on “Nothing ever happens…

  1. I get you, I’ve been in that position so many times. Now, nothing ever happens because, well, it doesn’t. I always wished for life to slow down but I didn’t expect a snail’s pace. I hope those plates keep spinning for you but not your head x
    oh, and I missed BML too!

  2. In a way I’m glad I couldn’t make Britmums this year – given the way I’ve felt since the referendum result, I wouldn’t have been able to enjoy it. I’m really trying to do the same; stop panicking about what could be and focus on getting through this week. #thetruthabout
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  3. Oh I think things do happen! Although isn’t it frightening to think ‘that’ vote was a week ago. I guess since that horrendous result was announced, nothing has happened, yet lots has at the same time. I know what you mean about possible futures lost. at the minute it’s a case of holding still and seeing what comes of this mess. Shame you didn’t make it to #BML. I turned upi very late in the afternoon as it happens so missed most of it! Thanks fo rhosting #TruthAbout
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  4. I don’t envy you Sam. I can’t imagine that level of uncertainty in life. It will be while before any real changes come about in the UK, si there is no point in worrying. As for the plate spinning, aren’t we all at it? It never ends.
    Good luck with the commute and the day-to-day business looking after the boys, getting through each day and all the rest of it.
    Thanks for sharing and hosting #thetruthabout.

  5. It’s sometimes all or nothing isn’t it Sam. The referendum has put a slightly surreal slant on everything, I think. I was sitting in the car garage waiting area for a hour at the weekend and was mesmerised by the commentary on Brexit. I now feel I know everything about it that broadcasters and politicians do.. not a lot then! Thanks for hosting #TruthAbout
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