WHEN EVERYTHING IS DUE IN THE SAME WEEK

howdoiputthisgently:

IT’S LIKE:

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Good communication has made a night and day difference.

I am SO anxious to get this appointment over with and get my degree plan from my (hopefully) new university.

ALSO, i did not get a single dime of scholarship from CSU. That’s going to be $40,000 a year. How about no.

My mom’s coworkers texted her to make sure I was safe from the storm. The parents that I work for checked in with me too. 

I am so lucky to have these kind of people around me.

humansofnewyork:

"It’s difficult to not grow too attached when you’re a nanny. Not only are you bonding with the children, but you’re doing it in a home environment. It’s hard to not feel like family. But after crying so hard when I left my first family, I told myself I’d never grow that attached again.""How do you do accomplish that?""You just have to constantly remind yourself that you’re an employee."

humansofnewyork:

"It’s difficult to not grow too attached when you’re a nanny. Not only are you bonding with the children, but you’re doing it in a home environment. It’s hard to not feel like family. But after crying so hard when I left my first family, I told myself I’d never grow that attached again."
"How do you do accomplish that?"
"You just have to constantly remind yourself that you’re an employee."

I took those 2 days off with the intention of getting 7 days off, but no. Instead, let’s get 3 days off and work 35 hours.

Spring break? HA. I didn’t get one.

getting realllllly sick of my family being here.

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2minutesforbudaj:

Thoughts, prayers and endless wishes out to Tim Bozon and his family.
I wish him the best and a speedy, safe recovery and hope he can return to the ice with a smile one day.  As of last night, he has been placed in an artificial coma and is fighting meningitis. 
You can read more about the problem and Bozon himself and links to foundations here: here: http://www.habseyesontheprize.com/2014/3/8/5484518/tim-bozon-placed-in-an-artificial-coma-meningitis-disease-habs-prospect  
Iwish onl for the best and hope he stays in your prayers too. x 

2minutesforbudaj:

Thoughts, prayers and endless wishes out to Tim Bozon and his family.

I wish him the best and a speedy, safe recovery and hope he can return to the ice with a smile one day.  As of last night, he has been placed in an artificial coma and is fighting meningitis. 

You can read more about the problem and Bozon himself and links to foundations here: here: http://www.habseyesontheprize.com/2014/3/8/5484518/tim-bozon-placed-in-an-artificial-coma-meningitis-disease-habs-prospect  

Iwish onl for the best and hope he stays in your prayers too. x 

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