Yes, one would think that being a teacher on vacation would mean the absence of anxiety.
Btw, the last day of school was one of the hardest days of my career. I loved my class so much and I will cherish the experience for the rest of my days in the classroom. God brought me a wonderful class to heal my heart -- but I think that deserves a whole blog post on it's own.
It also doesn't help that the family drama that my crazy mother has been mired in has added stress to me -- not that she knows it or will do anything to fix the situation. My mother's selfishness knows no bounds. I'm her daughter, I've known that my entire life. Please pray for healing for her and her siblings. I'm growing weary of family in-fighting.
I know that I need to make a to-do list and knock out the tasks one by one.
Homestudy paperwork -- both of our medicals are now done. YAY!!!!
Get contractor into our house so we can have our home visit -- why are schedules so hard to co-ordinate?
Get police checks and finger printed.
Get reference letters out.
Fill in the last of the paperwork.
And yes, do my online Religion course -- which is WAY more work than my in-person class last summer. Hmmm, it was supposed to be the other way around. Why am I doing this again?
Have I mentioned that my Napro doc had me raise my T3. I'm sure that it isn't helping the anxiety levels.
Please say a prayer. Or two.