I've been busy.
Busy freaking out that the Workaholic's casual job was coming to an end and there was still no work in sight.
Busy deciding what to do about my study.
Busy trying to decide if we should break our lease and look for a cheaper house.
Busy rearranging my house so that I could get my studio space as I had planned when we moved in here 12 months ago.
Busy culling the millions of toys we have accumulated over the last six years.
Busy with three weeks of school holidays.
Busy arguing about the two embryos in the freezer at IVF Australia.
Busy babysitting my God Daughters twice a week.
Busy trying to ignore the fact that my 21 year old cat is on the way out.
Busy feeling sorry for myself.
Slowly things are resolving themselves.
The credit card we've been living on, went over its limit and a day later the Workaholic was offered a job. Totally out of the blue. The same day I sold something on Ebay for a massive and unexpected profit and out of nowhere I received an email that I had won the June prize on www.productreview.com.au! Good things come in threes too it seems!
July, You Rock!!
Things started looking up and with it our moods and motivation.
|And this Ab Fab Olympic torch photo just cracks me up|
The house has been almost sorted out to a level I can live with. I decided what to do with my studies and my studio is almost up and running.
The most wonderful thing about this horrible year is that The Little Man is loving school. The struggle to pay the fees during this crappy time has been totally worth it. I cannot imagine him anywhere else. Today his class are having a 100 days of school party. The Mums and the boys are supposed to dress as superheroes. He's going as Batman and I am going to wear his Super A cape that my Mum made him.
It will take us months to recover from six months of practical unemployment but we have a plan. A plan is something I can live with.
So, how has 2012 been treating you?
Linking up with Maxabella and Kidspot for 52 Weeks of Grateful, because this week I'm grateful for all the good stuff that July is bringing.