Today is a happy sad day for me. My baby girl is heading to London for a semester abroad. DK is a junior in college at Southwestern University in Georgetown Texas. She goes to a school that is about 2 1/2 hours from us, and she lives close to where I often travel for work. I usually get to see her at least once a month. Or at least I did.
Yesterday I wrote about Executive Function Disorder (EFD). It felt very good to write about it, to help explain how my brain works (or doesn’t work on some days). When I finished the piece and read over it, I felt lighter is some ways, but I felt heavier in others. I am in a job with a lot of puzzle pieces that have to be pieced together to make many puzzles. It can get very overwhelming sometimes.
I am the very proud mother of two children. My son is 22 and will graduate from University of Tampa in December. My daughter is 20 and is a rising junior at Southwestern University. She is living at home this summer, as she prepares for a semester abroad in the Fall.