What is the Meaning of the English Idiom
(to have) A LOT ON ONE’S* MIND?
have many things, or something big, to think or worry about
1. I want to ask my boss if I can take a few days off at Christmas, but I think I will wait until next week to ask. She has a lot on her mind right now.
2. “No, I’m not angry. I’m sorry for being so quiet. I have a lot on my mind. My grandmother went into the hospital last night.”
Note: Replace one’s with my, your, his, her, our, their