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Let the Chaos Take Over ;)

Saturday, November 09, 2013

Wow I cannot believe how much life has decided to put a kicking into how I live.

Right now I am beginning to wonder how I am going to keep things on an even keel. With hubster's insanely early morning starts for work and the fact that I am working (still emoticon ) 45+ hours a week at my "main job" and 20-25 hours a week working 2 side jobs (same industry 2 companies). Granted my side job is from home so that is nice but I am slowly beginning to think I may be doing way more than my body will handle.

On a happier note, I got to go out to lunch with my Dad last week and had a really nice conversation and such with him. It was really fun and I got to relax for an hour without someone wanting something from me.

I am planning to ask my Dad over for dinner after the Remembrance Day ceremonies on Monday. He usually goes to my sister's place to eat as she is closer to his house than I am. I am realizing that I spend far to little time with him, especially since Mom passed away.

I am hoping that thing settle into routine soon but I am having a hard time focusing on getting things done.

And I am off to chase some squirrels now emoticon
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  • 4CYNDI
    Glad both of you are working, but you need to take care of your health. Don't overdo for too long or it can (and for me always does) affect not only your mood but your health as well. I hope your father takes you up on your offer. Perhaps you can try instituting a monthly get together with him.
    1682 days ago
    I hope things can calm down for you in the future. Now get your steps in after those squirrels!
    1682 days ago
    Hang in there.
    1683 days ago
    Hugs. Have a nice dinner with your dad. And chasing the emoticon
    1683 days ago

    Comment edited on: 11/9/2013 11:09:27 PM
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