Monday, July 26, 2010

New Updates

Hey, thank you teacher for pointing out on my last blog what's going on with the design thing. I really appreciate it!

Wow these last couple days have been packed with news. Sunday we went to my mom's as per usual. My mom and I dug out some of her old tea cups and saucers. She has a collection of them and we're looking to sell them. (It's not like matching sets though, mostly odds and ends, but it looks like some pieces may be worth something). Last night after my mom's C and I worked out our plans for this weekend. He starts his week long holiday this Friday, so we're seeing the little girl I used to take care of sometime this weekend I hope. Saturday we're driving to another city in our province for their Icelandic festival in which some of our friends are historic viking re-enactors. (It's very cool) And then Sunday we've booked a campsite, and we're going camping Sunday and Monday with my little brother (and of course Skyler). I'm so excited, I haven't been camping in a long time. We're going to go hiking and canoeing too. I'm just worried that Skyler might not want to sleep in the tent..

Then today I got a message from a girl I worked with at the centre. She told me to check my email for a message from the big boss. I realized they had my old email address. Anyway, turns out I'm not at the same centre (which I figured). I've been offered a position at a school that is about the same distance away. My new position is inclusion worker from 8:30am to 1pm with a little girl who has a visual impairment and is non-verbal. I couldn't be more excited. She's just starting kindergarten. I can't wait to meet her and get to know her. I think inclusion work will be perfect for me, as well as working with a child who has the same type of impairment as my own child. There's even a possibility that I'll be working with my son's OT at times, if she's still working with this child.

So I'm off to try and figure out this blog design thing, I hope you all are well!


Stacie said...

That sounds like a whole lot of goodness going on!

And the job, wow, that could not sound more perfect for you! When would it start?

Karen said...

Oh wow! That's so cool that you'll be working with a girl with visual impairment. She is so lucky to be getting you. Not only are you super qualified, you're such a nurturing person. It's going to be such a blessing for both of you!

jennohara said...

Awesome!! Sounds like a lot going on!
So excited for you to be working with that little girl! How perfect!!!