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My Monday is going pretty well. Now it gets busy. Eventually meeting an ole friend that I haven't seen in at least 30 ears. We were close. She has breast cancer. They live in Leon, Iowa. Say a prayer for Becky, please.
Jenni- Hope you are feeling better today, and that seeing your friend is an encouragement for both of you. Have the two of you kept in contact all these years? Be careful and don't overdo.
Kallee- I may have asked before but, if your daughter gets the job, does that mean that you'll have the boys everyday, or will she put them in daycare?
So far it's kind of awkward with d's birthdad (He probably feels the same way about). Maybe if we were able to sit down and have a good talk it would help. We went up to his house a few weeks ago and both Honey and I felt awkward the whole time. We got the feeling that he was just waiting for us to leave because when we left he was right behind us leaving. Awkward. I'd like to have a nice talk and get everything out in the open so that we don't have that awkward uneasy feeling about us; it makes me really uneasy, and I don't like having that feeling.
Jenni- I hope you had a good visit and were an encouagement to your friend. There is a saying "There is no friend like an old friend"
Rox- I cannot imagine the situation with the birth father, it is one thing to hear about it, another to experience it. Ackward is a natural reaction all the way around. I am not sure that everyone can be best buddies- just so many factors involved.
As for DD#1- there were 30 people interviewing, they got 3 questions and 12 minutes- if she gets it, it could be 15 hours a week (she has not mentioned BBsitting- but expect it will be brought up) Her 4 yr will be in school 3 half days a week- so it is do-able
Today was grocery shopping after work- then some yard work, which felt good. We invited DD#2 to dinner tomorrow nite- she will text with her dad a little bit. She responded back to the invite- "what's the occasion? she has plans with her sister-in-law" ( that lives with them when she is not is school)...so that stung a bit. There was no occasion- just wanted to see them. I have to not dwell on it- it brings up too much emotion,
Boy, my blood is really boiling over the whole immigration stuff. Our country is so screwed up!
Kallee- I feel for you. I admire your perseverance. I think I would have fallen apart a long time ago, or gotten so mad that I said, "forget it."
D isn't home yet. They had to drop off birthmom's other daughter at her home so it's taking a while to get going.
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