It's been a long work week and it's not quite over. Today to go and then, hopefully, a little down time at home. I work very long hours two days of my 3-day work week so that I can leave early enough on the last to pick up the kids and spend some time with them in the evening. Last week a crisis came up that kept me in the office and prevented me from writing my notes . . . meaning that I started this work week with a day of late notes to write and long days of client hours and meetings. I hate to be behind. And let me tell you, things are hopping. School's been in session for a couple of weeks, long enough for parents and teachers to remember how difficult a child's behaviors really are when they are stressed by the demands of the school day. And parents' behaviors are stressed by their child's, their family's dire financial straits and their own mental health issues.
Heading out the door now. Looking forward to a friend's baby shower this weekend, working on a school project with Big D and looking for some pictures of the newly changing leaves. Ah, sounds lovely!
Heading out the door