Since she died and even before, Tuesdays are my hardest day of the week. It is the one day of the week that the triplets are in their homeschooling enrichment program. A day that I am without children to keep me distracted. Today was pretty hard, I have been feeling pretty terrible since Rachel died and I forced myself to take a 3-mile walk to distract myself during what I will call “lunch”.
I only started to feel better after the kids came home.
I’m pushing through. Next week is their last Tuesday at school before the summer. Todd and I are taking them sandwiches and will be joining the school’s “last day” picnic. I can’t believe next week will mean they head into 5th, 6th, and 8th grade. It’s crazy how time flies. Rachel, if not for Batten Disease, would be going into her senior year next year. Is that even possible?
Rachel, if not for Batten Disease, would be going into her senior year next year. Is that even possible?
Is that even possible?
Still waiting on the necklaces to arrive via UPS.
As a distraction, my mind has been thinking of tiny houses and yurts. I love the yurt pictured at the top of this post.