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It *will* be OK ...

May 9th, 2014 at 05:49 am

It is a rainy Friday here in the Midwest. A depressing Friday complete with rainy and muggy wind. And it is dark. I would feel woeful if it was a Monday.

Yesterday was the VIP show at the grade school. The highschoolers left school early to attend, as did DH. He left amidst a crisis at work which will probably be there waiting for him this morning. He's still running on empty, but we've calmed down a bit here at home with people returning to being nice and helpful, etc. He said this morning, "I am worried about what comes next." He's referring to post-employment that starts on 8/29. I gave him all the reasons that we will be fine (EF in the bank, offer of help from biological father to cover COBRA expenses - he's got a lot of money and pays my brother's law school loans, severance, unemployment, stipend from hosting foreign exchange student).

It was nice to utter, "It *will* be OK." And believe it. Thanks for helping me evolve to this point with your support and understanding. Smile

And then of course I will be working at some point, and I plan on substitute teaching for the district for the first semester of the next school year anyhow.

And what I think is really nice is that DH was with the kids yesterday when I was at school. I usually try to plan everything - dinner and who needs to do what, but I didn't. He got oldest daughter to a dress fitting, got the middle one to soccer practice, took the girls shopping for clothes at Kohls and Target (they used their own money and are out of uniform on Fridays), and when I got home from class at 7:15, everyone's homework was done and they saved some Little Cesar's Pizza for me.

Life is good. Not sure why I spend so much time with my knickers in a twist. Smile

5 Responses to “It *will* be OK ... ”

  1. Mooshocker Says:

    And remember whose WILL be done! Jamie

  2. creditcardfree Says:

    You have a great plan and it will all come together! Enjoy the journey.

  3. snafu Says:

    You've done well, they're all trained and capable by your excellent teaching. Everyone did what they would have done had you been there watching. Give yourself a giant pat-on-the-back as these lessons and experiences in doing what needed to be done will work for them as adults. Isn't that terrific!

  4. rob62521 Says:

    Some of us a just too good at worrying. I am one of them. I need to take Mooshocker's advice.

  5. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    It sounds like you're finding/having a great attitude!

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