rachel_o (rachel_o) wrote,

Life is rolling along. I'm starting to feel more relaxed about everything. That's a good thing.

The hardest part of all of this, is knowing that Sebastian will spend every other week away from my home. That was a hard one to swallow, but it is what is best for him.

My ribs are feeling a lot better, my ankle is more solid, but I'll still need to cast up for the game in the morning. I can now run without the extra support. That is nice.

Sebastian now rides his bike out on most of my runs. I'm trying to think of how to get him up all of the hills. I thought I might tie off a rope with a pull bar of some sort. I'll have to see how he does.

I once again have let myself fall out of doing weights/strength training and I once again am going to get back into it -- Yikes! -- It shouldn't be that bad.

Work is going well and I am keeping busy. I think that is the key right now.

I find that I'm looking forward to having a place of my own.

Wow, I started that post quite some time ago.

I am now moved and have shed some tears over not having Sebastian with me full time. It is what is best for him though, and that is what is going to matter. It matters to Dan and it matters to me.

The transition has been smooth, as has the introduction of my boyfriend. He was a friend and surprised me by turning into something more. I'm delighted :) He adores my kids, the teens and young ones.

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