Tomorrow.

Sunday, September 18, 2011

It's back to the grindstone.

I'm sure some of you thought I was already back at work, because I've been talking about working, but most missed that I've been doing a part time work from home schedule for the past four weeks.

Tomorrow though, I have to return full time.

You could say that I pretty much hate this change. However, while I wouldn't have traded these last four weeks for anything, it's been the equivalent of slowly peeling a bandaid off. It's just felt like a delay of the inevitable. An enjoyable delay, but still preparation for something I would have just rather ignored.

So, I'm ready to rip the bandaid off, because I have hope that God's plan includes me eventually pursuing my passion and being home with my children.

I don't feel the same desperate, suffocating feelings that I did last time, because I know I can survive. I may not want to, but I know I can. 

11 comments:

Kristal said...

Praying for you, Leah! I hope tomorrow is as smooth of a transition as possible.

Sarah (Mrs. Ruffled Flats) said...

I was surprised by your readiness to jump into it - in a good way because I was worried it would be very hard for you again (which I'm sure it will be but at least this time you are prepared for it). We'll be praying for you!

Kier said...

So if you were able to work from home for 4 weeks part time, is there any way you could work this into your regular work schedule?? I mean, people work from home all the time and I am certain productivity increases.

Regardless, hope you have a good first day back.

Andrea said...

Thinking about you, Leah! It will be a rough day, I'm sure of it, but know that prayers are coming your way.

Keep up the awesome work with your photog biz....hopefully those dreams of staying home with your babes is closer than you think :)

Jeannie said...

Sending you lots of hugs tomorrow!! You can do it!! You're one STRONG mama!!

Laura said...

Praying for you, friend!

Mrs. Lukie said...

Praying for you. Hope hope hoping that your dreams of being home with your babies comes to fruition sooner, rather than later.

Molly said...

Awww, Leah. Just know you're not alone in these feelings. I felt much the same way when I started a new job the second time around. It honestly hurt a little less just because I knew that I could get through it. And I knew I was working toward something greater than my current job =)

Mrs. Dirnberger said...

GOOD LUCK!!! I am thinking about you :)

Sarah said...

Hoping you have a great day back to work and wishing you peace in your heart! :)

Jill said...

Sucks.

I'm sorry.

I'm thinking about you...

 

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