Oh this job of mine!

Got up and went to Mass this morning and the prayer before the readings started was this:

Draw near to your servants, O Lord, and answer their prayers with unceasing kindness, that for those who glory in you as their Creator and Guide, you may restore what you have created and keep safe what you have restored. AND DIANA SAID AMEN! Restore me O Lord!

I hate that I have to run out as soon as Church is over to go to work. I use to be able to go to breakfast with my family, then we’d go home and take a nice long nap…I usually napped too long! But it was nice. Then I’d fix a meal for an early dinner and we’d spend the evening watching something dumb on TV and preparing for the week ahead. But for the past 2.5 years, my schedule has me working ever Saturday and Sunday. Oh don’t get me wrong, I’ve has several weekends off but I’m usually gone to a training for my coffee business and not with my husband and son. Don’t get me wrong, I’m thankful for my job, it’s just hard because the only time Terry has off is the weekend and I’m off Tuesdays and Wednesday’s. We don’t spend any time together and that’s hard. I adore my husband and I miss the fun we use to have. I hope when this bump in my journey is over, I’ll be able to get back to my coffee business full time and make my own hours and do what we want to do for us and not making money for someone who already has more than they need. It’s time for my family to have financial and time freedom to do what we want, when we want, where we want. My coffee company will take me there! Watch and see.

So remember I told you my customer, Benny, was going to put me in touch with a BC survivor? She called me today and she and I are a lot alike. She even said she took the wrong pills when she was sick from the chemo and couldn’t figure out why she wasn’t feeling better too. She was actually pretty funny and got me through a day that was somewhat stressful. So if you read this Anne, thanks a million!!

It’s already 10:45pm and I have to answer a couple of emails so I’ll say good night. Please keep me in your prayers tomorrow. At 10:30am, I’m back in the chemo chair. I have my daughter Melanie taking me tomorrow and Rylee wants to go and Terry might join us for a few minutes. I hope this week goes better then the week after my last treatment.

Be blessed,

Diana

#standbyme

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