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Friday, August 19, 2005

She's back!

The girl came home from camp today. We had a very serious discussion with D about everything that's been happening while she was gone, and she wasn't as forthcoming as I had hoped. She was pressured, she did admit that. But things are uncomfortable and I need to get to the bottom of this. I'm so disappointed in her, but I just don't know how to make it clearer to her that she has to learn how to tell her friends "NO" when she is feeling pressured to do things that make her uncomfortable.

The cut on her foot was pretty bad and I'm taking her to the doctor tomorrow to check to see if it's all cleaned out.

She's really tan and came back with absolute dreadlocks from not brushing her hair after swimming in a pool. It was so knotted I was sure that we'd have to cut it off, but we got through it with about 2 hours of poking every strand apart with a pen. I know, it's ridiculous but she has such a thing about that damn hair. I wish it was GONE.

Tomorrow the boy comes home forever and ever. I've been looking forward to this day since he left for school last spring. It's been such a long haul for him and there is so much more to do.

Lots of stress here this week. It's only going to get worse until school starts.
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