Do you ever feel like you are on a merry-go-round, you know where you go round and round in circles, but don’t really seem to move? I have many days like that. I feel like I do so much but at the end of the day when I reflect on what all I have accomplished, I take a huge sigh and feel well…quite down. I know I am getting things accomplished, but not always at the pace I want to. I tend to be impatient once I get my mind set on something, this isn’t always a good thing but I am trying to use it to my advantage.
Several months back Mark and I decided we wanted to move from the Houston area to the Dallas/Ft Worth area. We have been wanting to do this for some time, but now decided it was the right time. Our business partner and attorney are there, as well as friends and family. I dreaded the thought of a move…both for obvious reasons and because it is so difficult for Peyton to adjust to some types of change. When I have moved before with him, he would cry and get frustrated by what he sees as taking him from his comfort zone. I can tell when Peyton feels stress, but doesn’t want to express it. He takes every suggestion, thought etc…as a way of “telling him what to do” Packing with Peyton can be stressful as he really doesn’t want to part with