Well, here we are one week to marathon. I will run 5-7 miles this morning, my longest pre-marathon run. Will be doing light runs this week to get ready. Funny, this morning I was feeling like my daughters' personal assisatant. While I was eating breakfast, my older daughter yelled "Mom, can you put some cerial in a bag for me to take with me?" So I did. A few minutes later she came down the stairs ready to go and asked if we could stop on the way to get coffee. We did. Then when I got home, my younger daughter asked if I could pack her lunch. I got that started and she yelled down the stairs to ask me to start the printer so she could print out a homework assignment. I did. When she got downstairs the stapled the papers and asked me to put it in her backpack. I did. When we got to school, she remembered her violin, so I will be taking that to school for her in a bit, needs to be there before 11:40. In the mean time, I got an e-mail late last week about a job. I will call them this morning about an interview if it isn't too late. I realize that I make sure everything gets done for my family and often forget what I need to do for me. This weekend, I made sure the bird got his antibiotic and the dog got his benedryl and arthritis meds but forgot to take my vitamins. I also forgot to order my allergy meds which ran out on Friday. What will happen if I get that job? How am I going to cope with everything? I mean, my husband says the girls will just have to pick up the slack on housework and help with cooking dinner, he sure doesn't plan on doing anything else. Have I done too much for my family? Have I made them too dependent on me? If I get this job, will things get done? Or will it be like the last time I worked outside the home and I will be up till midnight cleaning floors and ironing and finishing the laundry. that reminds me, I have a bunch of ironing to do for my husband. Sheesh!