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Can't believe its already Wednesday....

Wednesday, November 04, 2009

This weekend was perfect and then somehow it all went downhill. Monday at work was so stressful because we updated our information system and no one seems to know how to do anything on it (myself included). Things that would normally take me 30 secs to document, order or record are now taking me a half hour to find the first button to even get me to the page I want to go to. Needless to say I left Monday with a splitting headache.

Tuesday morning I got up at 5:00am to be to the medical center at 6:00am for my two boys' dental work appointments. They needed cavities filled and were going to be put under because of their ages and how many they had. Turns out both needed baby root canals. We didn't leave the medical center until 12:30pm and I was exhausted as were the boys. Plus they were crabby from the anesthesia and were nauseated Gavin even threw up a few times.

I got home and the boys laid down for a nap. I tried to as well but my daughter then came home from school and decided to bug me every 5-10 minutes. Then I had to meet my fiance at work so we could go and get a loan for our house. Of course he's being a jerk because he can't understand why I'm so tired. Let's see I've been up since 5:00am, dealing with sick and crabby kids all day. Finally he apologizes. But we didn't get the loan because Kirk had just taken a loan to get a 4 Wheeler not long ago and it dropped our credit just a few points below where the bank would accept it. Who knows how long we have to wait before our credit goes up.

I'm just feeling some stress now. Trying to save for a wedding, safe for and buy a house, sell his current house etc. I need a long hot bath when I get home to try and destress.
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