Well he'll for sure be upset. I told him on Wednessday I'd be there tomorrow (saturday) but I"m sitting here in my living room, I'm not going to see him this weekend, or anytime soon. Unfortunately there's just too much going on. My sister is moving and has to be out of her apartment in 3 weeks and I'm the only one with a truck. My son starts school and we have 3 appointments next week. I need the 200.00 this visit would cost in total (gas, room, food misc.) for shoes and a few tshirts for my son, then next week I"ll be buying supplies... While helping my sister move. It's just going to be crazy this month. I couldn't call him to let him know so he'll be getting up early tomorrow and me not there. :( I do feel guilty but am pretty sure I"m doing the right thing for my son. He is just going to have to understand. Plus next week I"ll be sending him a hundred dollars for his books. I'll just have to send him a few letters some steamy some lovey dovey.. Maybe that'll help make up for it.. I have even thought about limiting myself to just 3 more visits with the last one being the one to bring him home.
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