I got divorced when my daughter was very young. So she’s kinda been my whole life since she was five. It’s just the two of us. I go to work, I come home, and she’s always there maybe a little less now because she’s eighteen, but you know what I mean. Once Upon A Time There Was A Girl Loved Books And Cats Poster. She’s about to leave for college in Chicago. And it’s a little scary to send her off into the big world. But she’ll be finding her tribe. She’ll be learning about herself. I’m excited for her. And I’m excited for me, too. Because I think we both have a much bigger world ahead of us. I’ve been holding myself back a little bit. I’ve always wanted my daughter to know she’s my first priority, and that’s become a bit of an excuse. An excuse not to travel. An excuse to be overly selective in my relationships.
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An excuse to not pursue new opportunities. For the longest time, if I said ‘no,’ it meant I was being a good mother. But now if I say ‘no,’ it means I lack courage. Once Upon A Time There Was A Girl Loved Books And Cats Poster. It’s basically the newborn stage forever. He has both epilepsy and a very rare genetic disorder. He can’t feed himself. He’s not toilet trained. He can’t speak. He can’t tell us if he’s sad, or grumpy, or hungry. He’s had more doctor appointments than both of us combined in our entire life. We’re actually heading to a neurologist appointment right now.