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Life has gotten very busy!

Friday, September 28, 2012

Classes are starting to kick my butt. Trying to stay focused and not get whinny:) I love the classes. Just want to do it in my time, lol. NOT 630-930pm. Oh well. Plugging away.
Hit a plateau with the weight loss. Was going about 1 lb a week. I haven't changed anything, if anything have gotten more active, running and working out. Frustrated. I guess I burned the first 15 lbs of ecess fat off. IDK. I read the hit plateau info. Going to continue what I'm doing.
Haven't heard from SGK. Kinda bummed about that. was hoping to hear something by now. Going to call today and see what they have to say.
Childcare has been a bit of a challenge still. Trying to be flexible. It's hard when it concerns my little guy. Want him to stay at the facility he's at with the hours we need. Last I spoke with the intake person it wasn't going to work out that way. going to go to the enrollment office and see if they can give me a bit better idea of how to get our preschool needs met. Bugs and I get subsidized preschool through Headstart since I was laid off. I'm grateful and frustrated . REally grateful for what I have. Maybe it's just God telling me to slow down and figure out how to make this work without him in full day.
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    Do they offer any free daycare where you are? I know here in TX if your income is low enough, you qualify for free or very low cost childcare at certain facilities. You might ask the Headstart caseworker or director about that. They might be able to help you out or point you in the right direction. Also, good luck with your classes! Just keep on keepin' on! I can't wait to get back into school. I plan on going back in the winter semester. I love school too but when I'm in the middle of it, it can get frustrating.
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