Tuesday, January 21, 2014
These are the Days of Our Lives
Seriously, So many twists and turns.
Someone really needs to follow me with a camera crew to believe how it goes around here.
For the most part it would be a lot of watching me crafting and sewing, especially this week. I have been so addicted to my sewing machine in the morning and crocheting and knitting by night.
These little toadstools are popping up like crazy around here and little mice to sit under them.
Then we get to the soap opera part. I have a feeling it is just the town we live in and the lack of real schools or schools who care for children typical or special needs.
Today my son lost his 3rd teacher for the school year. It became too much for us to put up with anymore. Change isn't good for any child but throw in one with a learning disorder it is a nightmare. We expected more from a private school but once again it is all about the $ signs and the care went out the window. We have decided to leave. Luckily we acted fast and got him with another temp. location until we find a decent school.
Just when you think life is rolling and all is finally good, it throws a curve ball.
I think knowing I am finally good in health and have no underlying reasons to worry everyday, this curve ball is not hitting me as hard. I took it all in stride and just let it roll off my back and moved on. I will work with him allot at home and then fill in with classes and social life from other outlets.
We spent the morning playing in the park and pretend playing superheroes
Way better than sitting a classroom being ignored.
The upside of it all is I will have time to sit and crochet or hand sew while he is in classes. Two birds with one stone kinda thing.
Well that is it for this episode. Tune in next week to see if my world has turned once again, :))