It was hard for me this morning to send Parker to school. He said he was sick and wanted to stay home. I know that changing classes is hard for him. I just hugged him and told him he would have a great day. I wish I believed it. I'm sure he has an ok day, but it's got to be hard on him. He isn't crying when I leave him so he must feel comfortable and cared for. It really tugs at my heart. Why can't I just keep him home, safe and fine. This is so hard on me.
Today is sunny and nice out. I think I'm going to try weed-eating the lawn. Last time I tried the string ran out and I didn't know how to put more on. Here's hoping it lasts this time.
Bobby told me that next week he could get laid off for a month or two. The rain is affecting the logging. They are almost out of logs at the mill. I'm not too worried about it because I know we'll make it. Either he will work his second job more or he'll stay home and I'll get a temporary job. I looked into one yesterday that sounded good. It's taking inventory in stores. It has pretty flexible hours too.
I'm glad it's Friday. I really need a weekend and some time with Bobby. We have respite tomorrow night and I think we are going to see a movie.
Thanks if you made it this far.