For some time now, I have referred to my son graduating from high school this June.
Next month. Twenty school days actually.
He is my last child in the public school system.
I confess I am excited about the freedom I will have now that school is no longer mandatory.
Twenty years in the school system raising my two children.
Now I am a free woman!
I can do whatever I want to do now that I am no longer sending someone to school everyday.
But the question haunts me......now what do I do?
Kinda exciting, kinda scary.
Almost from the beginning of him starting grade 12, I have been pondering that very question.
So I have been looking at different options.
I looked at starting a new business. However, I am not able to do that at this time.
I will be putting that on hold until daughter is well enough to completely care for herself. She is slowly, slowly getting there. Last summer she was struck by a vehicle and suffered a broken back. Although she returned back to her studies at the University this spring, she is struggling with it physically.
So I find myself busy with her, however I can help.
I am considering purchasing a motor home - very tempting.
This past weekend I looked at purchasing a mobile home in a beachside town in Michigan.
I am talking with contractors at present and getting some quotes for renovations.
I regret I did not take any pictures of the home. Would you believe I did bring my camera, and completely forgot to take pictures of it.
Some days I think about moving to live closer to my Mom. Mom also lives in the same town where daughter is going to school. However, that town is no where near the water. And it is a bigger metropolitan.
As most of you know I own a pretty home in the country, but it is currently rented out. That tenant seems to be happy there, so I will leave that alone.
I think about buying another home for myself. Just the time is simply not right. It doesn't feel right.
So, now that I am a free woman I will continue to ponder what is next for me.
And I am bringing you guys along for the ride!