I don't have time to sleep, but I'm so tired that I have to go to bed early, sometimes before some of my kids.
I don't have time to play with my children all day, but I make time to stop what I'm doing and listen when they talk to me. Almost always.
I don't have time to look for a new partner - and I'm pretty sure that on-line dating is not for me. But I make time to stay connected on-line and in real life. Who knows who I might bump into?
I don't have time to work because of varying family commitments *Looks at clock. Clock says 9.30am. Looks at teenagers, who are still here. But I hope to find time to get a paid job again one day.
I don't have time to get sick or injured. But of course it happens.
|Not one of my worst sprains, luckily.|
So I make time through gritted teeth to go to the GP and try not to stress that all my worries will turn out to be age related ailments, or worse, something serious.
I don't have time to watch TV. But I can watch Netflix, because it's available anytime, anywhere.
I don't have time to write all those long interesting blog posts that I have in my head. But I make time to write whatever I can.
I don't have time to check every post for repetition. How do you do that anyway?
I don't have time to use celebrity cookbooks, but I do make sure that we eat fairly well, with my eldest and youngest making most of their own meals (we all eat different things).
I don't have much time to spend with my friends, but at least I have Facebook.
I don't have time to care for my garden, but I do keep the front looking respectable.. you have to around here!
I don't have time to keep my house sparkling clean. Well actually I probably do, but I'm rubbish at it, and it makes my low feelings worse.
I don't have time to finish writing this post either. But I'd love to know what you don't have time to do?