Despite of that,We were able to organize a small surprise birthday party for my aunt's 60th.
I hope I was able to fix myself up and somehow hide how tired I was.
For the first week of my leave, I'm planning to wash all my baby's new clothes and organize them in our newly brought dresser.
Also I want to change my bedroom curtain and make it look more baby-friendly. My current one is dull looking.
Here is the photo to prove:
As I mentioned in my previous post , I want to change it into a light, fresh green color. That way it looks more livelier and baby-ish too.
I also already have my "things to pack " list and will be packing them in a bag. I just want everything to be handy when the time of my real labor comes. I honestly don't know what to expect yet but I want to be prepared somehow.
I have mixed emotions leaving my job and facing an unknown career path in the following year. This job was the first ever I had here in Canada. I never left since then because I was lucky enough to practice my profession from my home country, Philippines, without having to go back to some sort of training or education.
I loved the friendship that I have; the nature of work and the sense of certainty. Now I have three days left and I am feeling uncertain as to what my next job would be.
But I'm putting all these uncertainties away because I know the next life event I'm facing is much more important than any job and means so much more than any career: Motherhood.
And all my cares and concerns are taking the backseat for now.