Taking the Scenic Route

Blah, and more Blah

18th April 2008

Blah, and more Blah

posted in Autistic Life, Health, Me, Money, ST, The Kids |

Still feeling a bit on the yucky side, so everything seemed harder than it had to be today.   Last night a cough kicked in and destroyed my night’s sleep.   I drug myself through Zane’s ST, then his Reading Explorers, then tried to take a nap (coughing still, so it wasn’t really successful), dragged myself to his ST for the evening, then came back home to a girl child who still hadn’t taken a nap and was acting like it.  I finally got into the shower this evening at 9, and while standing there I realized I was missing the Autism Parent’s meetup group and just about started crying.  Then, I put Zora to bed, fell asleep next to her for about an hour in an awkward position, only to wake up and have my shoulder and back throbbing.  As I was getting some ibuprofin for my shoulder/back, Zach informs me that we aren’t going to be moving out to the west coast because the place he was interviewing didn’t feel like they could “find the right fit” for him.  Now, I didn’t really want to move out to the west coast, but I did really want the job because he would have loved it.  So, there are mixed feelings about that.  I am just starting to get a little stressed out “what happens after May”.  *sigh*

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There are currently 2 responses to “Blah, and more Blah”

  1. 1 On April 18th, 2008, Anonymous said:
       

    SORRY YOU HAD A CRAPY DAY! I MISSED YOU AT THE MEETING. THERE WAS SOME NEW PEEPS, KINDA INTRESTING. TALK SOON ROSE

     
  2. 2 On April 19th, 2008, Anonymous said:
       

    I’m so sorry about your frustrating day and the job. (((JenniferZ)))

     
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  • Zane is 18 years, 6 months, and 14 days old
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  • Zora is 14 years, 6 months, and 18 days old
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