Back to school. For parents, this can be met with happiness or sadness. Some are happy to have some time back to themselves. Some are sad that this will mean homework and schedules and no time just to relax. For me, it means back to work. I started the week, wishing I had a better job. Now I am getting a phone call about interviewing for a new job, and not sure I want to answer it. Where do I stand on the thankful list? Thankful that I have a job. Wishing I had done things differently when I was younger, and not sure where to go from here.
#10 Thankful for the job…it is about as easy of a job as you can get. It isn’t much money, but it is some money and although it can be frustrating, it is not difficult.
#9 Thankful the week is about done. I left a list of things for my student to do over the weekend. Get your binder fixed up. I sincerely doubt it will be done on Monday.
#8 I was hoping this whole week would be a celebration of thankfulness that my son is getting some mental help he needs. So far it hasn’t happened. Still waiting..but hopeful it will happen eventually.
#6 Thankful that my friend picked a fun new place to try and she was so friendly, that after we had our lunch, she talked to the owner, who gave us each a free latte !
#5 Thankful and thankful and thankful again for the support from a caregiver for my parents.
#4 I don’t want to jinx anything..hopefully thankful that my weight doesn’t seem to be up too much. I check in with my diet people tomorrow after being gone for three weeks and hope it isn’t too bad.
#3 Thankful I have not had the shingles. I read from someone on here who had this, and I have heard it is bad, and I have put off having the shingles vaccine, worried that I would somehow come down with it, from the vaccine. I have to deal with it eventually, but for now I am putting it off.
#2 Thankful I have managed to write something in spite of going back to work, and dealing with paperwork stuff from my parents and me, and feeling overwhelmed.
#1 Thankful this is short but done !