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I can't seem to find the magic. I'm a full time single mom (used a donor so no other pneart or custody, it's all me all the time) and my daughter is physically disabled with intellectual delays. When school is in I get those few hours of reprieve to get some things done or just relax in the peace but summer time tends to hit me hard. I work at 911, 12 hour shifts half the time and am often expected to work more than 40 hour weeks. My pnearts keep my daughter when I'm at work so I hate to ask them for any more time than that so I can have time to myself. I find myself having little patience and then I feel bad. Mommy just needs a break. It's hard when I can't even run to the store real quick without it being an ordeal. My daughter uses a wheelchair most of time when we are out of the house, so nothing goes quickly or smoothly. So I'm desperately looking for some magic!
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