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Thursday, July 22, 2010

I have not been on sparks the last couple of weeks. Sick with Bronchitis, doc appointments not only for me but my son. Getting him ready for school and taking care of his IEP and that as my stomach twisted up. Got most of that taken care of. Also on top of that have to worry about getting my daughter ready for school. I still have to go school clothes shopping and school supplies. ay ay ay just so much to do in so little time.
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  • HONEYDRIPPER
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    3833 days ago
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    That is such a pain. Hope it's all done soon.
    3834 days ago
  • KVANCLEAVE
    I sympathize!! The paperwork involved in school for special needs is intimidating. Trying to make sure your child gets what they need not just what the school wants to give them is stressful and frustrating. Each year the paperwork involved in I.E.P's, D.D.D. and S.S.I. reassessments X 2 puts me into a depression for weeks! You have to spend so much time focused on the Disability part instead of where they are now compared to where they started, that it is extremely discouraging. Add to that being sick yourself and taking care of everyone else s needs, it is almost too much to bear. I am so grateful to Jehovah and his organization, for giving me the courage and strength to keep going. Praying for the same for you. Big hugs, hope you feel better soon! emoticon
    3834 days ago
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    Get better soon !!! emoticon
    3834 days ago
  • BOOKWERME
    Sorry that you have been ill. That is always tough when you have kids to care for and responsibilties that don't wait. Hope you feel better fast.
    3834 days ago
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    Oy ve! BTS stuff is SOoo much fun isnt it?! Many hugs and get better soon. HUGS Laurie
    3834 days ago
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