My Journey; My Path: My New Walk Day 11

Good morning! Oh man. I had a good day yesterday, but it was challenging. God was really with me. I can feel the prayers you guys are praying for me. So thank you so much. Pam was on a mission to tear me down, but I fought back a little bit. I wasn’t ugly or nasty about it. I handled my own. I made it clear that I was doing what I was supposed to. Yesterday morning she made a unnecessary comment and it made me uncomfortable. She made a comment about my bus and would it not go over 35 miles an hour. So I told her no that I was driving slower because I hadn’t driven a sub bus in a while and ended the conversation there. She walked away and she said I was just wondering. I went to the bedroom and rolled my eyes. Then she got onto me later when I came back to do my cleaning and had me to do extra stuff. The big climax was when we were leaving to drive the buses in the afternoon and she made a big production about what speed I was going to drive my bus. I finally told her that I didn’t care what she did. I told her to tell me so she went before me in the line up and I went after her. Then when we got to the other school she had the other bus behind me pull up next to her and she told her about me (even though I can’t prove it I know what she was saying to her) and then she had her to pull her bus in front of hers. It was so stupid and childish. My mom couldn’t believe it. She actually called Pam stupid. I was like I know. It’s crazy.

Mom went to visit Megan yesterday. She’s doing okay. She’s just got to get through this other treatment she’s going for the Lyme Disease. She’s also going to be taking some more stuff. I’m making a point to text her everyday. Mom and I are going to stay in touch with her more often and go over and help her with stuff. I told mom she needs a live in person during the week someone who can fix her food or do whatever and then her boyfriend can help her on the weekend and if something happens and he feels bad then the other person can help. So that’s why my mom suggested that we stay in touch with her more. I’m off Monday so I’m going to text Megan over the weekend and tell her if she needs me to text me because I can come over. I love my sister. I truly do. I would do anything for her. I wish I could more, but I will do what I can and leave the rest up to God. I’m hoping I can get a job at one of the school in Chatham County where she lives because then I could go help her during the day if she needed it. Well see what the Lord has planned.

I’m so glad it’s Friday. I was tired yesterday so I rested. I’m going to do the job stuff tonight and finish it. I’m going to call next week to check on my application. I’m not going to waste anytime. One of the school I applied to is right near where my sister Megan lives. I don’t think that’s a coincidence or an accident. I would really like to get that position. I really would. But we’ll see.

I just want to give thanks and tell you guys how grateful I am for the love and support and encouragement and prayers you are giving me during this time. I appreciate you all so much. Feel free to comment or stop by for a chat anytime. I love you and without you I wouldn’t be here. Thank you and have a beautiful day!

Always in Love,



14 thoughts on “My Journey; My Path: My New Walk Day 11

  1. Keep your head up I think you’re being so strong and not feeding into the nonsense that Pam is trying to drag you in. just remember that while I never wish anything bad on anyone Karma is an angel who has never missed a shot and we all reap what we sow. have a great weekend and good luck with the job search, hopefully, you will get the one closest to your sis.

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    1. Thank you so much for your support and encouragement. That means so much to me. Amen. Yes I agree with you about Karma and that we all reap what we sow. She chooses to reap bad stuff and I just choose to reap good stuff. Thank you and the same to you. Thank you so much. I appreciate that. I hope I will too.

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  2. One of the consequences of working in a school setting and being disagreeable with one’s co-workers is that the children notice. They tell their parents who did or said what- or, worse yet, get on SnapChat, Tumbler, Twitter or Facebook, and spill. Chances are, P is becoming more of a target, than a bully, in the larger scheme of things.

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