He's been gone since very early Wednesday morning on a school trip with the honors science students. The trip had to come to an end and he will be home late this afternoon. I had planned on having easy child go to a friend's house after school today so that difficult child could have a little bit of quiet time when he got home, but easy child started running a fever last night, so he's not going anywhere. So much for the best laid plans. i wish I could say that I got some rest while he was away, but I kept thinking about the things that we have to put into place once he gets back and how those changes are going to go over. I woke up with a migraine. Coincidence? The kids are on spring break next week. easy child is supposed to spend the week at sports camp, which is great for him, but difficult child has absolutely no plans, which means he will be home with me, complaining about how bored he is. He originally kept telling me that I could not sign easy child up for a camp because he wanted easy child to be spend the vacation home entertaining him, and I told him that I would not do that because that wasn't fair to easy child. Why should easy child be made to stay home all week because difficult child has no interests and refuses to do anything? I do not like being left alone with difficult child and I have a whole week of it ahead of me. My in-laws have told me that I can call them at any time for anything, but I have to be honest when I say that I'm still a little nervous about it. Okay, I'm ALOT nervous about it. husband says that my feeling this way is part of the problem, and maybe he's right, but it's how I feel. Sorry for the rambling post, but I needed to get that out somewhere. Maybe if I get it out I will feel better about him coming home. I am interested I hearing all about his trip and seeing if he took pictures on his camera and what they did. It's just all of the other stuff that I don't want to deal with.