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July 8, 2006

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  • Reply Darren July 10, 2006 at 10:15 am

    The worst thing you can do is be in a job you hate doing – you spend alot of your life working, so you’ve got to do something you enjoy.

    Your very talented, so I have no doubt you could work from home on your own business – think about reducing your hours, and then working on the business part time – that’s what I did, and when the business was earning a good income I packed in the job and now work full time from home.

    Keep Smiling :):):)

  • Reply Louis July 10, 2006 at 7:16 pm

    I agree with Darren, doing a job that you don’t like, especially when you have other concerns on your mind is not helping you.

    I have no doubt that you adore Fiona and love your boyfriend but don’t forget about YOU. Keep smiling and for what it’s worth, remember that you have friends that care about you.

  • Reply Deb July 12, 2006 at 10:15 am

    I came to you through another blog site. I am sorry to hear about the trouble with your boyfriend and his family.

    I love the name you chose for your daughter – Fiona. I work with a software team in Ireland, and one of my team members is named Fiona. She is smart, funny, and is the mother of young children herself. I believe that the intention behind the name you give your child helps shape his or her future. My own daughter, Laura, was named after a family friend who is a marketing vice president in a Fortune 500 company. I always pictured my daughter’s name on a nameplate attached to an imposing door, on a large corner office in a very successful company. Well, right now she’s only 11 and I can’t get her to keep her room picked up so I don’t know how that corner office will work out 🙂

    In any event, it sounds like you are taking on the hardest job in the world – that of a single mother. My sister went through it, and I don’t envy you. However, remember that there is a huge support network out there surrounding you. It’s hard to force yourself to focus on the positive but you HAVE to for your sake and Fiona’s. Your natural instinct to give your daughter the world will help you through the tough times. Dig down deep – you have it in you!

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