tr.v. dis·tract·ed, dis·tract·ing, dis·tracts
1. To cause to turn away from the original focus of attention or interest; divert.
2. To pull in conflicting emotional directions; unsettle.
I am learning to to spell it!!
My mind is continuing to Flutter… Oh boy am I struggling to keep it under control.
Right now Abbie has finally given in to sleep and I should be working… of course instead I am getting distracted by facebook, skype, phonecalls, blogging… hmmm…. All of it seems worthwhile at the time (I can only count facebook & blogging as worthwhile because I am busy trying to organise more fundraising for the Queensland Relief Fund), but all of it is taking me away from finishing what I had on my to-do list today.
Ah the fun of to-do lists.
Marvelling at this gorgeous cherub has been the biggest distraction of all today… but what better kind of distraction could there be to have??!! *LOVE*
Better get back to it then hadn’t I….