a learning curve


I always find it difficult to talk about myself but I will try.

I have just come out of an eight year long distance relationship so am feeling a little lost, I have been married twice and had two long term relationships which resulted in 3 daughters and 2 son who I basically brought up alone, they in turn had children so I now have one grandson and 4 grandaughte. My youngest son who is 19 at Christmas, left home suddenly earlier this year to go live with his girlfriends family in Essex, that was very hard to deal with, and unfortunately he is not coming home this Christmas so it is going to be a little bit strange this year.  I have had several jobs along the years which fit around school time, and had to rely on family and friends to help out with the childcare. I am now bringing up one of my grandaughters as her Mum, my youngest daughter, is having a few problems of her own. Having little legs living with me is both a joy and a trial, I have had to make so many changes and although willing done, I can’t help sometimes feeling a little sorry for myself! Selfish I know.

I do work part time and I am hoping that when little legs goes to full time school in September I will be able to increase my hours. That is if the market improves too as I am one of the hated breed of Estate Agents! haha, though at the moment the market here in Leeds is that quiet that I am mainly now dealing with the rental side of the business. I love my job, and I love the family firm I work for, I love the people I work with, so fingers crossed things improve soon.

I suffered from a perforated duodenal ulcer this time last year, I also have an underactive thryroid which has decided to have a mental flip this last few months, and since October I seem to be catching one thing after another so am feeling a little run down and miserable at the moment, thank god for my children and family who keep me smiling.

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