Its hard to be a working single mom. How do I know? Because that was me last week. B had an interview in San Francisco (Touro-CA) on Monday. He left for his interview on Sunday just before noon, interviewed Monday and came home Mon evening, I worked Tuesday, I had a working interview on Wednesday (for a pediatric dentist) and when I got home we had enough time to give a quick kiss and then he was out the door to the airport and in AZ that evening, Thursday I was at work and he was at a dinner held for the interviewees (AT Still University), Friday I finally got to be home all day while he had his interview in AZ (which he ROCKED by the way), and he was finally home on Sat morning. We both need a nap.
|headed to his first ever med school interview|
|on the way home from dropping Daddy off|
|I hid notes throughout B's luggage for him to find randomly.|
If you know me, you know I love sugar so much, so this note is a big deal.
|He said he felt like he was in a nightclub on this flight, haha!|
It was actually a very plush airplane with night cushy chairs and personal tv screens for everyone
|When B called after the interview I was outside. |
Scarlett didn't find our convo too interesting.
|Off to AZ|
|Meanwhile this girl is off to school!|
|First time she had NO tears!|
|Danee showed B some really cool areas while he was in AZ|
We are so thankful that Danee and Howard live there and were able to give him rides and let him crash there!
|Home again home again. LOVE these two girls (Liv is hiding under the blanket!)|
*And actually single working mothers have it way harder than me because I had my parents to help me take care of my kids! I just complain more. Thank goodness for my parentals. I don't know what I'd do without them.