Kim's Win-Win Situation
She explains how she managed to fit in Portia's birthday party and some needed quality time with her kids.
Well I hope you are enjoying your week so far! I really had a great time watching Maurice and Paul run around in those shoes! I wish ALL men could give it a try, have a little more understanding for us girls!
For those of you you who know Portia's birthday fell on the same weekend that my children and I had planned to spend our very first weekend together in over a year in (OUR NEW HOME!). Last year I had moved in with Ken and my children did not want to come to his house. So coming home from post-rehab living at the BH Hotel, and then finding a home, mean it's been well over a year since we've had a place to call our own. This was something we have all been looking forward too! When Portia's birthday came up last minute I found myself up against the wall, but thought I would leave it up to my kids. It did not surprise me when they didn't want to go! They were happy to be home and wanted to stay put. The moment seemed OK for me to run up to say "hi" without taking away from special time so I threw on a sundress and did just that!
I didn't want to make any commitment to Kyle that I may not keep! Right now, my children are my first in healing in my recovery and are my number one priority!
I was happy to be able spend the weekend with my amazing kids, which by the way was awesome. We barbequed, swam, cuddled, and did our all all time favorite. . .watched home videos, and pulled out the photo albums, and games! We absolutely enjoyed our first weekend home! It was a win-win situation! One of the things that I try to do is that I have tried every then and now to not over extend myself emotionally or physically! It is one thing that helps everyday!
I'm glad I was be there for my sister and Portia on her special day! It just seemed liked a win-win situation!