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Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Home...

Realizing I haven't posted in almost four months, I have found it difficult to think about how I would summarize all the events that have taken place.  So much has happened and so much transition has occurred to put everything into words in one blog post seems impossible.  I am not even going to attempt it.  But, I will pick up here with our story.  The Dahlhouse today...jump ahead almost four months from where we last left off, and you will find me home.
I am home full time.  A stay-at-home mom, yet I find myself more a taxi service than anything else at this moment.  I actually feel I am not home very much.  
 Mark's position changed at work, and I needed to be home to keep up with the kids and their schedules, so I gave my notice.  It was a bittersweet feeling for me.  I still miss my students.  They were a great bunch of kids.
 Life has continued on in full force.  Me...desperate to slow it down.  There have been school events, parties and sickness.  Two ear infections and bunch of colds.  It feels never ending right now. 
 I can finally say that I feel like I am adjusting to this crazy new normal.  It was more difficult than I thought at first having Mark travel again.  But I have found a new source of strength within myself that is both welcoming and confidence building. 
 There is so much to share, so much to report on that I am not sure how I will adequately catch up. 
 One thing is true...my kids continue to impress me, surprise me and make me proud.  I can tell that they are growing both physically and developmentally. 
 One is almost reading.
 One has found her place and is beginning to branch out.
One continues to break through any barrier set in front of him.  All of it just makes me so thankful, humbled and blessed.  

1 comment:

Shelly Cunningham said...

I'm glad you're finding your groove! Are you homeschooling the kiddos?

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