Monday, May 01, 2006

Over a month...

It has been over a month since I last posted. I'm the worst blogger ever. I don't know why I haven't posted. I'm guessing I've just been entirely too busy wallowing. I'm usually not much of a wallower, but sometimes it has to be done. Life is kicking me in the head right now. You know about the illness I suffered a little while back, the surgery about 5-6 weeks ago and my grandmother passing away. But, there's more, oh so much more... :(

First... This is my son's father. He has to report to prison today. That's six years that my son will be without his father. That's six years that my husband and I won't get any child support. It's horrible and crazy. My son is having such a hard time. He's acting out in school and at home. I am at a loss as to what to do to help him.

Second... The gastro specialist is talking surgery. I don't have six weeks of leave left to consider getting the surgery. I'm supposed to go to Georgetown for a consultation with the surgeon. I don't want another surgery... :(

Third... My laptop, much like my body has decided to fall apart. I took her to the geek squad and really hope they figure out how to help the poor darling. She's only two years old. Such a short life. Wish me luck on her getting better. My husband and I want to play World of Warcraft, but we can't until Daisy (that's my laptop) gets better...

Okay... Apparently, I'm still wallowing... (Sorry!)

On a better note, I can knit again. I keep attempting lace over and over again. I have no clue why it's not working for me. I really wish I could figure it out. I'm so stubborn. I keep on trying...

2 comments:

Sarah said...

Poor Jenn! We'll definitely need to do a pizza party or a chick flick party or something to make sure you stop wallowing (although you have every reason to be upset right now!) It must be hard to help Jesse through this; these things are hard for *adults* to understand, much less children! Hopefully other children at school aren't giving him a hard time. You're a good mom, so as long as you're there for him, that's the best you can do. Don't hesitate to ever call if you need anything!

Angie said...

Sarah said it all...

Your support will surely help Jesse in this *difficult* period of his life. Just let us know if there is anything we can do to support you!