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My bestfriend, she's very dear to me, is pregnant and she's supposed to be jumping up and down and shout to the world how thankful she is for having this gift... Again...
But, it seems like the world hates her right now... Her family hates her because of the news, why? It's a very long story and I might cover the whole page if I'll write the detail here.
Her dad is at the hospital because he was the last to know about the news. She feels so alone right now, her friends were all gone (except me) because they don't understand what she's going through (I guess they are not her real friends)... Of course she needs a lot of comfort right now and I was hoping that I'm not the only one to give that to her. In addition, her boss wants her out of the company because of his "unreasonable reason".
She just don't know what to do with her life right now... She's frustrated, hopeless and miserable...
Anyway, I'm here in front of my laptop, helping my daughter with her dorm room. We are designing it together using www.designyourdorm.com. At least this makes my mind busy at the moment. Obviously, I'm really addicted to this site that's why I keep mentioning it.
If you guys have any questions or advice (this I really need), just post a comment...
Thanks...

My blog is http://youremptynest.com

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