M texted me that this a.m., "1 week 2 go -.- " I'm not sure yet what she's doing at her dad's house this week, but it made me sad to see this. I do wish her to be happy there, to have a good relationship with her dad, and yes, I've told her that I wish her to enjoy her time while there. At least they no longer take her cell phone, so that she can text.
And, once her dad's g/f and I and the radiology center can coordinate a time for a followup test for M, I'll see M then, too. (It's "female" related, so a) I'm not discussing it on a public forum but she's okay, and b) she wanted me to be the one to take her, along with C never expressing an interest in taking her for ANY medical appointment ever.) That was her first text, i.e., that I'd woken her up (ha, um, sorry), then a wait a minute type moment, and then a text that if it's about her appointment, call the house phone, which I'd intended, anyway.
I also saw her on Saturday at an outdoors feis. A fun feis, co-run along with a good Celtic Festival, just hot, muggy, and thunderstorms (which did cool things off when they came through). E was good to take me there to see M, awhich she seemed to need, yanno, just mom's support, that mom came to watch and be there, like any kid with a parent, and yes, we enjoyed some of the festival as well. I even relaxed some ha, briefly (I have SO much that needs taking care of right now in my life). Note -- Gaelic Storm, and Enter the Haggis are both AWESOME!
I have and do keep myself busy, I truly do want her to have a good time there, but gosh I also do miss M....... Daisy will go nuts, too.
And, on this Sunday coming up, she'll be home. Oh, she wanted fireworks, again, for her birthday; Independence Day is her favorite holiday. We'll still do something fun.