I flew up from the table, grabbed my purse, and ran out the door. Fighting back the tears for feeling like a terrible mom, I raced to school (but didn’t break any speed limits). Fifteen minutes later I was pulling up in front of the school. Zach was sitting by himself out front, with maybe only two others waiting for rides as well. I felt horrible! I apologized profusely after he got in the car, and he acted like it was no big deal. To me, though, it was. Bless his heart.
All day I was “off.” I couldn’t remember things. I felt unorganized and unhelpful. I just wasn’t myself. Two days of this is enough! It’s a wonder I didn’t forget Ali’s volleyball game tonight! Will I ever get a handle on this new schedule? 🙂
I’m thankful I love a forgiving God, and thankful I have a forgiving son! Tomorrow WILL be better!
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no worries. but I will tell you that it has been a HUGE adjustment to working full time and not at home. it will get better. in a month it will be a year for me and i am finally feeling like I am getting the grove. delegate, delegate, delegate…is my BEST advice! if you need someone to talk, just let me know. all things will get better!