...into my life the past couple of days looks like this.
Tuesday. I think I will ease back into work with a day that starts at noon.
I see my scheduled clients and I leave Peace River around 4:30 for my 50 minute drive home. I am 10 minutes from home when my phone rings. Someone asks for help with a friend who is in serious emotional distress. I get directions and tell them I will be there in 10 or 15 minutes. After assessing the situation, the decision is made to bring this person to the hospital.
We head back to Peace River. By the time I leave the hospital and get home it is 10 pm. It is too late to have a real supper. I settle for two bowls of popcorn instead and munch on that while I complete my paperwork and prepare my files for the next day. At midnight I crawl into bed and quickly fall asleep.
Wednesday. I leave for work at 8 am and return home at 8 pm. I have seen 7 clients today. There isn't much time to breathe in between sessions with that many people in one day. I could have spread them out over two days but I chose to have it this way.
I have plans for tomorrow. I'm looking forward to a different kind of day. My morning will be spent helping a friend do things that are a little too much for her. At noon I have a lunch date with an old buddy of mine, a snow bird who's been gone all winter and I can't wait to see. After lunch we plan to go for a walk so we can enjoy the sunshine and continue to shoot the breeze. And I strongly suspect that by the time we part ways, something else will have come up to fill my afternoon.
In fact I think I might know what that is already but we'll see......
And here's a peek at how much fun I had with my grandchildren this past Easter weekend. What a blast they are and how fortunate I am to have them in my life!