I am really struggling with the upcoming holiday. Trying really hard to stay positive, but it's not working. I am a full time student and I substitute teach when I'm not in class. Today, the kids in my class were finishing their mother's day art projects... which was hard enough. But when one of the bus drivers unknowingly wished me a happy mothers day and gave me a piece of candy as I walked my kids to their buses, I had an absolute melt down. I walked back to my classroom as fast as I could and sat at this teacher I've never met's desk and cried while the pictures of her kids looked back at me. You know that feeling, when it feels like everything in the universe is sitting on your chest? Like it all comes at you at once, and you're overwhelmed beyond belief and you have no idea how to handle it? I'm there. :(
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