SOFT_VAL67
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Friday, February 25, 2011

Stress much? It seems I have alot lately. Letting go of something, or in this case someone.
No, no relationship is ending, or anyone dying. I am having to learn to let go of my CHILD. I dont mean so much that he is leaving my life. But that the mother in me, has to learn to let him grow up. Or, in this case, pretty much make him.
He really has to go on with his own life.
I have to stand back and stay quiet and watch him make mistakes, and hope he can work it out. FOR HIMSELF!!
Other than all of that, my day was so so. I rode my bike, did my air stepping. I havent lifted weights yet, but I probably will sometime tonight.
Do you follow that old addage, that working out at night isnt good for sleep?
I dont really have a big problem sleeping, no matter what I do at night.
But I did last night, the wind here was super scary.
I sat up late just listening to it.
I did oooooo kkkkkk??? question mark....today!
No fast food. I had chicken and pasta salad for lunch but I did have a hot dog.
I am just bored to death.
There is never anything to do around here. Clean house. Watch tv, or FACEBOOK.....
and be bored.
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  • LOSINGLINNDY
    Don't you like to read? What about journaling? There must be some things you like to do that will free you from boredom.

    Letting go of your children is difficult. I did it with 3 and it did not get any easier. In fact the youngest was the hardest. We do it though because they need to learn to lead adult lives. Just don't give up the relationship rather let it change as he matures.
    3213 days ago
  • CIVPRO1
    I like working out in the evenings, I think it helps me sleep (maybe it just wears me out!)

    Keep up the good work!

    (Plus the point I get for replying here, puts me at 25000 and a new trophy!)

    3214 days ago
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