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MY WORD OF THE WEEK – Change
This week has seen a lot of change. This time a week ago we had just heard that our Queen, Elizabeth II had passed away. Since then we have been a country in mourning. We have seen a new King proclaimed, Charles III, and the news has been full of things that we will mostly only see once in our lifetime.
I have also seen a lot of change in my personal life. Having Star sick again is not new, but our whole life routines have changed. Star’s future has changed and she hasn’t been able to enrol in college. We have nurses visit the house, and many hospital appointments. She seems to be coping well with the changes herself, that’s why she’s my Star.
Boo has finally gone back to school. She had a meltdown on Tuesday when her anxiety had got the better of her. I thought she was nervous, but okay about going back to school. This was not true though. She let it all out, she was so worried because everything at school has changed. The school was nearly closed down last term because of all the trouble, but now they have made the necessary changes and hopefully they will stay open. We were lucky that Boo’s head of year reached out and asked us in for a meeting where she had all the changes explained to her and her anxiety subsided a little. Bless her, she hadn’t confessed to how scared she was because she didn’t want to cause me any more stress with all the other things happening. I had to reassure her that all my children were equally important now matter how big or small their problems.
The Little Man does not have a school again. We have to change our daily routine to include some home education. I have some plans and ideas, but with Star at home and Boo only just going back we haven’t started anything yet. We will next week though. After the Queen’s funeral.
Now it’s over to you, what word or phrase sums up your week this week?