We’ve got a busy day tonight and our success depends on whether or not Emmett makes it to school. It’s more important that we get out the door on time because we have to have Gavin’s bloodwork done and get Lizze to a doctors appointment before 9 AM.
I try to be positive but I have a bad feeling about how things are going to go with Emmett in the morning.
After all of the morning chaos, I have to get Gavin to Social Security for his review. I’m hoping beyond hope that they don’t want to have me discuss Gavin’s status in front of him. I like to include Gavin in his own care when it’s appropriate but talking about all the problems he’s having isn’t something I want to do in front of him.
Once we make it through that, I’ll be lucky to make it to the school in time to get the kids.
Successfully managing today means that everything has to go off without a hitch. Any delays will result in something not going the way it needs to.