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Coming out of my family coma

My familia was in town for 4 days – July 4th through July 7th.

We started off our July 4th at Woodlawn Lake’s parade, ….

…carnival…

Nephews enjoying the Fun Slide at the Carnival

…and ended it downtown at Hemisphere Plaza for fireworks.

My nephews enjoying the fireworks at Hemisphere Plaza (and no, they’re not possessed – my camera just didn’t have red eye reduction…really)

The following days consisted of taking them to the San Antonio Zoo, taking them to see a “mad” scientist show, taking them to see the new Spiderman movie and general at home entertaining with BBQ’s and various activities to keep them from annoying each other :).

Family enjoying Lory feeding at Zoo

Needless to say, by the time it was time to say goodbye – we were all exhausted.  They were ready to go home and I was ready to take time for myself.  As they pulled away I got dressed and went back to the gym, after not having been since they were in town.  When I returned, it was time to clean up after them and wash.  Once all of that was done, it literally took me a day and a half to recover.  Granted, I was feeling under the weather for a part of that recovery time, but why is it that when you have family visit or you go visit them, you need some recovery time?

It may be the fact that because they’re family and they are either staying with you and/or you’re staying with them, you have to be “on” 24 hrs.  Heck, even my dogs spent most of Sunday resting from my nephews constant attention during their visit.

My exhausted doggies after the recent family visit

Regardless, I am now back, rested and ready to get back into my regular routine. 🙂

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How was your 4th of July?  Did you spend it with family?  How long does it take you to recover after spending some time with your family?

Rocio Chavez
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Rocio Chavez

Digital Content Creator & Multimedia Designer at Your Sassy Self
I'm a Mexican-American, Sassy, Bilingual, Professional Woman with a passion for life long learning, sharing, and living my best life. I'm the founder and digital content creator for Your Sassy Self and work full time as a Multimedia Designer. Let's connect and see how we can change the world...or at least change our perspective of it. 😉
Rocio Chavez
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I'm a Mexican-American, Sassy, Bilingual, Professional Woman with a passion for life long learning, sharing, and living my best life. I'm the founder and digital content creator for Your Sassy Self and work full time as a Multimedia Designer. Let's connect and see how we can change the world...or at least change our perspective of it. ;)

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