Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Lots Of Changes Happening!!


Sean is finally living one of his dreams. On August 15th, he started working for McKevitt Trucking out of Thunder Bay. He's training with a friend of ours that works there for two weeks, then he'll be given his own truck. It'll look something like the one in this picture.


So, what does this mean for Reece & I? Well...it's going to take some getting used to. I've seen Sean just about every single day for over 17 years. So, now to not see him at all for 5+ days at a time is tough. Reece has also had her dad every day of her life. Sean hasn't worked since October 2008 when he hurt his back so we were quite spoiled.


We'll be fine, that I have no doubt..it's just an entirely new routine for all of us. I do think it'll be good for Reece and I to spend more time with each other , just the two of us.


We need to get Reece her passport so she can go with her dad on Christmas break and during the summer. He's long haul so most likely every week he'll end up in the states somewhere. It'll be fun for her to see some of the world. I know for me, I'm really looking forward to going with him!


Me, I'm doing good. I have my routine echo cardiogram tomorrow, but other then that I think the fatique is slowly subsiding and life is once again 'normal' . It'll be different for me to drive to my appointments, Sean always drove..EVERYWHERE so this is another new thing, for me to learn to navigate places I've never had to navigate to before.


I'm sure I'll get back to blogging again too. I was away from the computer for a while , knowing Sean would be leaving I've been spending as much time as I could with him so the computer took a back seat.


Hard to believe summer is almost over. In just two weeks my baby girl starts high school. She's excited and nervous but I just keep telling her she'll do fine.


Gotta run, I'm at work and really should be 'working' lol



Keep smiln'


2 comments:

Michelle said...

I am so glad he found a job!!!! That is great news! I am glad to hear you are doing well, too. We were just on the MN side of customs outside Thunder Bay last spring! ;)Too bad you still can't hop over with just your license. We don't have passports. My hubby has been driving tractor/trailers for over 20 years. He loves it. Boys and their toys. He has all his endorsements on his license, so he can drive just about everything. Right now, it is tanker trucks hauling gas gas stations down here in the Twin Cities, MN and Western WI.

Just 'T' said...

Wow, very cool Michelle...I have my passport..so maybe someday we'll arrange to meet!!!