Sunday, 8 November 2015

When you should listen

 
Thanks to everyone who left a comment on my last post :-)  I haven't talked much about the events that changed my life 5 years ago and for newer readers who don't know the reason behind my blog I hope it gave you an inkling of how I got here.
 
It was good to see other women who have come through a similar thing and are enjoying life on the other side.  To Mrs G, no one can tell you what to do.  Only you can make that decision.  I ignored that voice telling me something wasn't quite right for years and then let him make the decision for me when I was least prepared.  Good luck with whatever you decide to do.
 
Today the weather is awful.  I put the heating on early as the house is so cold.  Since we're stuck indoors I'm getting on with finishing the kitchen.  Yep, that saga is still on going!!  My middle son is still here and he's quite handy so hopefully by the end of today I'll have some photos of finished stuff to share :-)

2 comments:

  1. Just thought of your predicament when I read this tonight. https://uk.news.yahoo.com/teacher-rant-why-she-quit-124319766.html#FVfaANU

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  2. Yes, I read a link to it on Facebook. Lots of young teachers are leaving the profession, us older ones who've reached the top of pay scale are stuck as you can't earn the same level of salary

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