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I Guess That's Just Life

I will be posting again soon. I'm in the midst of a move. Sometimes the choices we make in life don't turn out as planned......or don't turn out at all. I have come to the hard decision that leaving my current residence and moving to an apartment with my son (and two cats) is best for our family. The past six years have been fairly difficult and the last two have been slightly overbearing. I think I'm writing all of this here because I feel that the stress I have been feeling has prevented me from being as productive as I can be. Some people are good 'under pressure' but, I find that I am about the worst 'under pressure'. I have been searching for a new place for about six months and finally came across something within reasonable distance from my sub job with the Post Office, cleaning jobs, and family. There is plenty of room for Jeremiah, myself, and (of course) my two looms:) One of which I will ecstatically set up in the living room area! Only time will tell but, I feel that this is what is best..............I will get caught up on reading blogs and posting as soon as I'm settled in;) Best to you all!!!

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bspinner said…
Good luck with your move and new apartment.
I think being under pressure and under stress are two different things and it sounds like you've been under a lot of stress which isn't good for you mental and physically.
I'll be wait for your next post and hopefully pictures of your new home.
Lynnette said…
My thoughts are with you....hang in there!
skiingweaver said…
Oh, I'm so sorry, sweetie. Will definitely be thinking of you, a lot... Sounds like you're doing the right thing in a tough situation, good for you! Big big cyber hugs for you and Jeremiah.
Janice Zindel said…
Holding you and your son in my thoughts and prayers, and hoping you will have a positive outcome in your life. A loom in the living room is a Good Thing!

I turned my living room into my weaving studio, and new living room upstairs (about to be moved to another room) will have one or two looms in it.

Your weaving is beautiful, you are working hard, be sure to take care of yourself, too.
R.L. Delight said…
Sending healing and restful thoughts your way. Sometime the journey is hard but when you follow the path that is true to your heart, you will arrive to a better place. Take special care of yourself! -Renee
I'm sorry to hear your under stress, that is definately soulsucking. I'll keep you both in my prayers. You know a loom in the living room is a great decorating accessory (hugs)
ed wilkins said…
each day we make hundreds of decissions that will effect the rest of our lives. some big some small. the right decissions will carry you one small step forward, and the rong will set you back forever.....
Anonymous said…
Oh Sweet, oh my sweetie! Just catching up with everyone tonight. If you need to talk, I'm here for you OK?
If there is anything I can do for you, let me know.
I have just completed the Landmark Forum, plus other senimars with them & my way of thiking has improved for the better. only saying this, so you know, I am with you 100% and sharing with friends & loved ones is how we create, inspire & move forward together♥ Love to you & yours xx
Talk soon
Shirley xxx♥

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