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My First Day of Work & RAIN!

Monday, July 21, 2008

Okay, so after being home for 3 years I'm stressing out a little about the job. I know I shouldn't, but that's what I get for weaning myself off of my anxiety medication LOL! I guess it was either no anxiety or thinness! Vanity can be a hard pill to swallow (get it, now it's the vanity pill I take)! Well, the point of this blog was to tell everyone that it is raining on my first day! This would be fine if I didn't have to ride my bike and I didn't get frizzy hair in the rain.

But I am going to suck it up, have fun, and ride through puddles! emoticon emoticonI am really excited about getting out of this apt. and actually spending time with real people!

Hope everyone has a great day. Keep your fingers crossed that it stops raining at 12:30-12:45 and then again at 4-4:15. Other than that it can pour all day. I love the rain.
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  • BLEEDINHEART
    Hope you had a *Wonderful First Day*.... I'm with you, I love the rain.....Summer rain is sooo much fun to play in. You have such a wonderful attitude you can't help but have fun.... *Good Luck*
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    Bobbie
    4604 days ago
  • MAXFOCUS
    How exciting to be getting back to work. I hope you had a wonderful day and that the rain let up for your rides to/from work.

    Max


    4605 days ago
  • no profile photo DEVON61
    I hope your first day goes wonderfully!!! You are such a sweetheart. My hair frizzes in the rain too just tell them it's a new hairdo!
    I don't know if I have told you, but your comments and support really make my journey easier. Thank you.
    4605 days ago
  • LILLIAN364
    Good luck on your first day!
    4605 days ago
  • MAINEROCKS
    Best of luck on your first day! It's going to be great :-)
    4605 days ago
  • JUSTYNA7
    You are a great supporter - thank you so much!

    So, back to work! It is like setting up a row of dominoes because it affects every part of your life. I am a type A personality and when I first worked I always did my best, worked overtime and weekends, and had high high expectations. After 3 years at home I was quite shocked when I could not do the same quality job at work any more. In fact I went through a lot of anxiety because I no longer felt like a great Mom either. But my mother-in-law who I adore (that's a whole other story because she used to hate me) sat me down and said "you are a very talented person and you have a lot of gifts. Your generation taught you that women can do everything and you are a perfect example of that. Everything you try you succeed at. But the problem with your generation is you try to do EVERYTHING well and what I see is a lot of burned out work out of the home mothers. What you want to teach your children is moderation, pacing yourself, and choosing one thing to do very well and everything else you do well enough. Accept that there is a time and place for you to focus on each ability. Sometimes when you choose one area, like going back to work, then you have to lower your expectations in the other areas. Don't try to do it all perfectly." So for me that meant hiring a house cleaner and leaving work on time, and making a pact with my husband that either we would do work on a Saturday or after dinner weekdays but never both. I really hope today went well for you. Be nice to yourself. Don't get too upset if it all doesn't go perfectly. Enjoy the rain!
    4605 days ago
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