Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Working Mom

I've been a working mom for three days now. So far, it is pretty good. It's hard to say how things are going for sure since this has not been a normal week. Our church had a revival that started Sunday and ended this evening. It was a wonderful time of learning and fellowship. I will say it was hard finishing up school, rushing home and then rushing back to church. I'm looking forward to next week so our routine can officially begin (HA).

I've enjoyed my job so far. I'm an aide for the fourth grade (Poor Sadie is stuck with me all day--this could get interesting before the year is over). I have the opportunity to learn new things every day and watch amazing teachers work their magic (literally). I am so thankful my kids have the opportunity to go to school here. We truly have a great school filled with outstanding teachers who care deeply for every student.

On another note--T.S. started Kindergarten and LOVES its (so far). I was so proud of him the first day. He has continued to be excited all week about going to school.

Hopefully I will do a better job of posting as things settle down and we figure out how it is all going to work. The plan is to find the garden tomorrow and salvage what might be left. I'm hopeful the pumpkins are still alive...

3 comments:

Granny Sue said...

I feel your pain! It is difficult, especially with young children. What makes it work is organization and cooperation from the whole family. They cannot expect you to do everything you did before. They will need to help--even the youngest. They can get their clothes ready the night before, put their dirty laundry in the hamper or wherever it should go. They can put away their own clothes, set the table, take out trash, and clear the table after dinner. It helps if your husband sits down with you and the two of you go through the things that need to be done and who will do them. By working together, everyone wins and you will not be crazed by the workload. Too many of my friends try to keep doing everything after they take a job. They crash and burn a few times before they figure out that it's not possible.

Laura said...

Thanks, Granny Sue. Excellent suggestions. The laundry mountain is but a hill today. I've got a casserole for supper and one in the freezer for a later day. It just takes planning and delegation!

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