We walked away from that place just confused. She agreed with the diagnosis by the educational psychologist. She thought she would better be able to provide for her needs. Honestly, most likely she would have, but for us right now, it’s just not possible. We don’t have the money. We don’t have the means to get her there. I just don’t know what people want me to do at this point.
Today was Monster’s class Christmas party. I had to make a treat for her party. I ended up making rice crispy treats. No one ate them at all in the […]
We came to Hong Kong with very little to no Christmas decorations. We left them all in the US. Limited packing space and all that jazz. We decided that we […]
I’m not sure where we were supposed to go for the 10,000 Buddha Temple, but it wasn’t where we were that’s for sure.
So the idea of a school fair is something I am familiar with mostly because of my love for anime (yeah, I know, but I am neither weeaboo or otaku, I promise). It functions in much the same way as it is portrayed in Japanese media.
We thought about getting a turkey from the grocer in our compound, but I was under the impression I would be in school until late. I ended up getting out a little earlier than I thought. We took the kids to their favorite place to eat. Pizza Hut. Weird, right?
I am sympathetic to their situation to point. Past that point, it is my child, and I will fight for and support her.
I met with PVP again regarding Monster.
It is so good to have Pupper back with us. I am grateful to Daisy and her family for caring for Pupper for the few months we waited. I’m glad we waited to bring her. Not only was it cooler for her, but we were much more settled and ready to enjoy our Pupper.
It was my first birthday away from family and friends. It was sort of weird. I went the whole day at work with no one knowing it was my birthday. I honestly was okay with that. I don’t like a huge fuss.