I just spent the last 10 minutes reading some of my favourite blogs and realized I should take some time to write my own post rather than just think how great everyone else's posts are. So, here I am.
Thanks for the encouraging words about my predicament: too much to do, too little time. I am going to stick with the course. I am going to stick with the physio. I'm going to figure out a way to be in Emily's class fairly frequently (calling in some favours for people to babysit). I'm going to get Children's Hour underway and then ask for more help through the rest of the year and possibly not do it next year. I'm likely not going to be knitting much in the next while or cleaning the house all that often. In other words, I'm just going to try to do it all and grin and bear it and try not to complain (much).
I'm motivated to get this certificate finished. The course I'm taking is on the path to getting a certificate to teach ESL. The reason I want this is so I can have a job that allows me to be at home when the kids are at home. Teaching ESL would do this. My current job does not. I'll still have to put one more year in with the government at some point but after that, I plan to go elsewhere. The pay won't be nearly as good but life will be better.
And so, now I have to get to one of those projects. Enough blogging, back to the grind.