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I am a lot of things, wife, sister, friend, and aunt but most of all I am a grieving mother of a lost baby girl taken too soon.  This blog is my way of venting and surviving.  I'm trying to find my way back to funny, sarcastic, and happy but it's quite a journey.

Monday, November 24, 2014

Micro blog Monday

Well here we are again, another monday.  Only one more monday after today at work until I am a semi-housewife.  As the day approaches I can't figure out if I am extremely happy or sad?  I think happy.  But, just like everything else with me lately, it depends on the day. I am really excited about focusing on me.  Doing things I enjoy and being around people that appreciate me.  Mostly, I'm looking forward to getting back to the gym and doing some classes.  Maybe I'll meet some new people and start to have friends in my area.  All of my friends live closer to the city and it is not always convenient to hang out with them during the week.  After all, traffic and commuting are two of the reasons why I am leaving my job in the city. 

This weekend was a great one.  Kevin and I went on a double date with two of our good friends.  They don't get a babysitter often so its not always easy to plan double dates with them.  So we were really happy we got to this weekend.  Yesterday we layed around a bit then I got to paint the table I have been meaning to paint for my upcoming craft room.  I can't wait until the room is finally done.  Pictures to come!!


  1. Stopping by from ICLW. I can relate to your desire to get back to the gym. I didn't realize how much my body and mind needed that recharging time until I wasn't able to do it regularly. Unfortunately, I'm back in a lull where I haven't been able to go much, but I'm hoping that changes soon. I hope your transition from work to home goes well.

  2. Glad you had a good weekend! Can't wait to see pictures of your craft room. I wish we had a little bit more space in our home - I would love a craft room, or something similar (since I'm not too crafty ;))

  3. I can relate to this so much: "As the day approaches I can't figure out if I am extremely happy or sad? I think happy. But, just like everything else with me lately, it depends on the day."

    Take it as it comes and feel what you're going to feel. May this next stage be a good one.

  4. Good luck for the change. Having made a similar transition, the good things can be surprising (the weather seemed so much better during the week than on the weekends!), but there are scary moments too (who am I? what have I done?). I'm glad you are looking forward to doing things just for you. I think they give you strength to face the world. Wishing you the best.