Those bloody union flags
get everywhere - even infiltrating our lovely cafe vista of a Wednesday morning.
Thankyou for all your lovely supportive comments. I have taken them all on board and am going to not be so hard on myself and blip when I can ,if I can and upload when I can.
I have always been someone who has been good at handling change - in fact relished it and Mr T likewise. We have always taken the hardest route to get anywhere and never accepted - 'you can't do that'.
So when I decided to pack in a really good job in the textile industry to go travelling, at a time I should have been climbing the career ladder - it was hard but turned out good.
When I decided to give up a fantastic job as a buyer for NEXT and retrain as a teacher with a year old child - it was hard but turned out good.
When we moved into a wreck of a house with a 4 month old baby with no heating, bear floor boards and mice - it was really hard but turned out good.
When we took both children out of school for 6 months to travel around the world - aged 4 and 7 and gave up our jobs ( again) - it was hard work, scary, but turned out good.
But the decision to have two children in two different schools half an hour apart with commitments as a chorister that would make most adults exhausted has been REALLY really hard, it will be good in time also.
Turned comments off - but thankyou xx