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I'M STUCK!



I am so frustrated with myself!

I have so many thoughts and stories that I want to get out of my head and blog about but I'm...

Even when I go to write a description of how I'm feeling I get stuck.

I'M STUCK!

My head is swirling with the happiness I felt with my family while on our vacation - driving here and there around the Pacific Northwest.  I have so many stories I want to share and yet

I'M STUCK!

My emotions are all over the place about the school year beginning.  We've worked so hard to get Katie into this high school but now that the start date draws near I'm so nervous, and sad.  I have really enjoyed my days with my girls and I honestly don't want to see them go back to school. I really don't.  I brought up the idea of "homeschooling" yesterday and they both went "Um, no!"  I keep hearing them complain about the school year beginning but they don't want to be taught at home, by me, either.  There's just no winning this one.  (And would I really be able to do it?  I don't know.)

My youngest is going into 6th grade.  Middle School.  What the heck?!?  That just seems too old for my little Lily.  Where has the time gone?  Why didn't I have a third child?  Oh my goodness, I really am losing it. 

Regarding writing, I have composed not one, not two, not three but oh-so-many-more posts in my head every single day, yet none of them have made it here, onto this space that I have set aside to share my thoughts and feelings.  Am I afraid to write out what's going on in my head?  Afraid that my dear blog buddies won't like me anymore?  I don't know, other than to say - I'm Stuck.

But wait.  Didn't I just type out some words here?  I do believe I did.

There's hope for me.

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