New Domain :O
Hello everyone. It has been quite a few months since I’ve been able to be part of the blogging world, and much has happened. First of all, my grandmother passed away a couple of weeks ago, throwing me and my mother into quite the whirlwind of stress. As if that wasn’t enough, my husband lost his job due to downsizing a few days after. I’ll be the first to admit I did not handle any of this well and have been struggling to keep my head above water both financially and scholastically. I’m finally getting to be in a better place emotionally and learning to take every day in stride as it comes instead of worrying myself sick with things that are frankly out of my control.
As it has been a while I feel it necessary to state that we enrolled my daughter into a charter school for this scholastic year, and so far she is thriving exceptionally well, albeit a bit of boredom surfacing due to her advanced homeschool curriculum the first two years of her educational journey. She’s excited to return next year!
Despite the intense financial struggles(at one point we had utilities disconnected) we managed to pull off Christmas presents for the little one, including the barbie house she has been wanted for two years. In putting this together so it can be hidden in my closet I found her dollhouse to be so much fancier than mine was as a child. Admittedly I’m a bit jealous and hope she’ll ask me to play with her.
Unfortunately, I was not able to complete many of my 2019 goals due to one reason or another, but have decided to not give up and roll them into 2020. So that being said, here are some goals I have set forth for the early part of 2020:
- Lose 30 more pounds
- Continue my novella, and make it at least half through
- Complete Level II French
- Continue where I left off on my Web Developer Course
- Do not cut my hair until at least June 2020
- Fully declutter my bedroom, bathroom and kitchen
Well, that’s about all I have the energy for this evening, but I cannot tell you all how glad I am to be back in the world of blogging, and how much I have missed those of you I frequented before dropping of the face of pixellated space.