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Sunday, May 24, 2020

Still plugging along here. Not doing great, but trying to make every day better.

My son thrives on schedules and consistency. Unfortunately we can't seem to provide that for him. My partners schedule keeps changing. I'm hopeful the most recent change will be where it stays for a while. He is back to full time, but to make our work schedules both work, he will work from home one day, be off one day and go in the other three.

His birthday is (today) Sunday. Mine was last Sunday, we have made the best of things. We are making plans to be able to see my parents. We are planning to do it as safely as possible. It's still scary. It's scary out there.
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  • FRAN0426
    Belated Happy Birthday, and hope your son enjoyed his birthday on Sunday.
    Hard to adjust when schedules keep getting changed.
    44 days ago
  • MOLLIEMAC
    It is scary but we can carefully find ways to make it work and have some normalcy while remaining safe. Today I get to physically see my son, DIL and grandkids for the first time since March 16; no hugs or kisses and safe distance between us but to just share a smile, a word and a laugh will be gold. I wish you the same, very soon. emoticon
    46 days ago
  • BIKE4HEALTH
    Keep hanging in there and make the best of each day for what it can be. Find something new to enjoy and never stop loving those we love and letting them know. Its not all of what we want but it does add value to our world. We will overcome this
    46 days ago
  • SNUZYQ2
    Yes it is. Be safe, but enjoy your time with loved ones. emoticon
    46 days ago
  • no profile photo ELRIDDICK
    Thanks for sharing
    46 days ago
  • NIGHTSKYSTAR
    It is scary out there. Happy Birthday late!!!
    46 days ago
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