Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Today is the day!



Today I start my new job. I am working at two "small town" nursing home/rehabiliation facilities as their OT. I will float between the two. I am ONLY working on Tuesdays and Thursdays (I continue to tell myself that over and over!)I am excited about doing something different and the job is sooo flexible, but my real concern are my kids. Not only is today my first day but also Little Bit's. I stayed up late last night writing the teachers a long note about EVERYTHING I could think of to make it easier for them to take care of him the way I do-Ha! I know he will be fine, right? AND he knows I still love him, right? ...Of course he will and of course he does! I'm at a point where I have to let GOd take over my concerns because I am one to let them consume me.



My adorable husband sent me flowers (he is out of state right now, *sigh*) to wish me luck and to thank me for "making it work" (he also said other sweet things, but somethings are to be left for my heart only). He is so thoughtful...

I will be on my knees (in heart) in prayer all day today.

7 comments:

Tip Junkie said...

I know this will be a tough transistion for you. Have a great first day! You have such an important job and service to give to others. They are so lucky to have you.

Whitney said...

I hope your first day on the new job goes well- I know you will be such a blessing to those you come into contact with. And what a sweet husband you have :)

Holly said...

Oh--here's a BIG hug!!! I'll be thinking of you as you adjust to your new routine--and as B. gets used to his.

I hope your day goes smoothly (just think of the influence you will have on your patients) and quickly and you'll be home with your boys soon--each sharing about his day. :) Love ya!

Kim said...

Been praying for you throughout the whole day! I know that all went well and can't wait to hear teh details.

Heather said...

Thinking of you today and sending my hugs, too!!

I can't wait to hear all about it.

Love ya

BriteCloud said...

Lacie, I know it will go great for you! How lucky your patients are to have you. You know you have to share yourself, 'cause you're just so darn special. :)

Shaka said...

i hope it went well and the whole things works out. two days a week-that really is a good schedule.