Just recently I was told, ‘for the good of my mental and physical health’ I must slow down. Seems I’ve been giving too much to others and not enough to myself.
So with that in mind I’ve decided to push the pause button, put Still Waters on hold, and take a break.
Here’s a little bit of trivia for you
Did you know that Pause used as a verb means ‘to stop for a short time’ – and when used as a noun Pause means ‘a short break’?
Not much difference is there?
My Scottish ancestors would just say – I’ll be away for a wee while 😊
12 thoughts on “Taking a break….”
Take care. Look after yourself. Slow down and enjoy the scenery.
Looking forward to your return when youre strong and refreshed.
Cathy, I hope you enjoy your wee while! All the best to you.
That is what I have been doing this winter. Maybe some would call it depression but I am starting to feel the effects of heart failure so I am slowing down and it is not that easy with this coronovirus around the world.
Rest and relax…………………xx
Look after your important self. The light will be kept on for you.
You are the most important person in your world, so it is good you are taking this advice to care more for yourself. A slower pace lets you enjoy each day to the full – and allows you to stop and smell the roses for a longer time 🙂
Take care, Mxx
Rest and restore.
Take good care of yourself. I hope that the cooler days will bring you good health for boyd and soul.
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Wishing you well and looking forward to your return when you are ready!
Just look after yourself.
Take good care, Cathy…be kind to you. I look forward to seeing you upon your return…at your leisure…when you are ready.
Best wishes from me and my two furry mates. 🙂
I love your Scottish word. I’ve been reading the Outlander series so this made me smile a lot. Have a wonderful wee break.
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