For three days the sun came out, I miss seeing the sunshine every day. I spent a lot of time outside soaking it up and getting my new environment organized. My kids’ education is set and they are happy and thriving. I went to the school board yesterday and the person I had the appointment with happened to be my junior high P.E. coach. He is 30 years older but still just as handsome as he was when I was in school. The girls are meeting new people and enjoying the change of scenery. The move has been super beneficial for me in how I feel on the inside and how my mind and thoughts are lately. My anxiety is down and worrying about things that I can’t control has lessened.
I don’t have to worry about who I will come across when I am outside my house anymore because his drug friends and toxic family are no where close. I had one of my cars taken to the local junk yard because I didn’t have the money or time to get it fixed and also did not have anyone to drive it when leaving the state. The tow truck driver knew me. He knew intimate details of my life and I have no clue who he is. I came to the conclusion that he is a friend of the ex-husband as I never met many of them and he probably was a pill head as well.
The downfalls of the move are the days of running to the store are over and now it is a trip to the store. In fact there is no running anywhere really quick anymore. That is odd to me because for the last 17 years that has been the case. Where I moved from every place I went to regularly was within walking distance. Not that I would walk there in the FL heat but the ability was there.
Now that my new life is getting in order I look forward to helping you guys take the next step to living your best life. Starting over can be scary but starting over can be empowering and rewarding! I look forward to what the future holds for me and my children.