Friday, May 28, 2021

Random Tid Bits

1. We've been binge watching Ozark. Have you watched it? My sister-in-law used to live in the Lake of the Ozarks. I asked her if the people that are depicted in the show how they really are there. She said, "For sure." I don't remember them being that wacky and back woodsy. 

2. The boys got done with school. That means no more dropping Isaak off, and picking him up. 

3. That also means I need to start going into work. I can't work with blabby boys around me. 

4. I only have a week left at work. I gave them my notice on Monday. Switching jobs again isn't what I wanted to do. I could think of a ton of reasons to stay, but also some major reasons to leave. In the end much of my work that I was happy with they weren't using. They wouldn't even talk about it. I kept doubting myself, and it wasn't healthy. 

More about the job I'm heading to in a week. 

5. My niece Margaret is doing really well. The only thing she's struggling with is solids. My sister has been trying for few months, and she's not into them. Kids with Trisomy 18 typically have weak necks and throats. She's holding her head up ok. I wish she'd take to food, so she doesn't have to get tube fed.  


Terra Heck said...

Congrats on your new job. Wish you all the best with it.

Theresa Mahoney said...

Margaret is simply adorable.

Good luck with your new job. I'm sorry this one didn't work out for you, but if you don't feel your work is valued, it's definitely time to move on.

Allison is out of school on Wednesday. I'm looking forward to the fall though when she can go back to in person learning. It will be odd not having her home all of the time after 1.5 years of her being here day and night, but she'll be fully vaccinated in another week, so it's time to get back to normal here.

mail4rosey said...

Good luck at the new job. I think it's so admirable/wonderful that you moved on. It's important to be happy where you work. I also hope the little one takes to eating food. My daughter's youngest stood up for the first time this weekend and I was so overwhelmed and happy. Her legs were just hanging like Jello for so long that even the OT thought she might not walk. Now we're thinking she might and that is so incredibly awesome to me. For now she's just standing holding onto something and not trying to move, but we'll take it!


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