I’m trying to get this out before I head out to work. Work has been primary over the past few weeks and I am looking forward to its prioritization at a lower level within the next two weeks. I am not complaining though as it’s a sign of good stuff.
- the private practice is up and running full-force
- My group practice work therefore has been able to be cut back
The paperwork is overwhelming to transfer at least half of a full-time caseload in addition to daily and monthly paper pushing. The emotional toll oN everyone, including myself, is also pretty harsh. It’s not easy to lose your therapist, and it’s not easy to let go of people you care about.
Doug is Doug. He is becoming more confused and docile as he ages. He is well over 16 now and we are so fortunate to still have him essentially healthy , mobile, and content.
- Mr. Fairbanks
My mother is also having some memory and old age issues. She is a tough lady in so many senses of that word. I love her to death, as much as I tease her about her crappy attitude and all of my bad habits that I continuously attribute to her.
- My mother can still live independently at 87 years old
- I’m grateful that we’ve come to some sort of a truce on most days and truly love each other. Happy Mother’s Day.
- My nephew whom I often consider my own
- My niece Sarah who has grown into one of my all time favorite people and with her fabulous spouse is raising another reason to be thankful
- check it out… we both took these photos with our favorite guys on separate occasions great minds…
I’m pretty leary of new people. I am a bit skittish and tend toward the less trusting side of things. I have been cultivating a new relationship (just friends) and I am always having to struggle against that instinct. There are those people who trust too much, I have never been one of those which in and of itself can also be a curse.
- I’m thankful I can keep my mistrust at bay and just remain cautious, or at least hide it well enough to not put people off.
- I’m thankful for the patience of friends .
Talk to you later. Have a good Saturday.