September is here...the season is about to change, and before we know it the summer heat will turn into the brisk Fall. With the fall comes school, and the need to get into a new groove to transition effectively into this new season.

I have found that with my son transitioning into Kindergarten, I am seemingly running around more and under more pressure. No, longer do we just get up in the morning to go to Daycare. Now we have to catch the bus, which means I have to go into work later. Now we have to take time out to do homework and feel out endless amounts of paperwork to be turned into the school. Now we have school meetings and obligations. Now, I found myself pondering on what I can and cannot do? To work, to work part-time or not to work at all..Is the question that continues to come to mind each morning as I start the daily race again and again.

With these simple life changes that can turn our lives into a whirlwind...comes other changes. It is inevitable that we change as well. You may just find yourself more and more unavailable to your husband, friends and others. You may find that you cannot even find yourself. But through it all we are pushed by the simple fact that we are mothers and we can do it, or at least give it a try. That's what we do..We cannot give up in these Seasons of Change!

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