I still have two and a half weeks left, but after the god awful day I had today I'm going to see the doctor at the end of the week to see if he can sign me off for the last two weeks. I know I'm only sat at my desk but I'm so exhausted, out of breath (for doing nothing) uncomfortable and my hips just feel like they have a cold in them, not to mention the lack of sleep urgh!!
I have a pretty active job that rarely allows me to sit down. I'm 26+5 and after a day of work, I feel like my back and hips are going to give out. My doc has t really set any restrictions on my work load so I'll probably work up until I absolutely can't handle t anymore. Luckily my boss is really lenient with when I decide ro return to work. Here, as a part time employee I don't get any paid time off. Legally I should be allowed 12 weeks unpaid leave and still have my position when I return but he said I can even take more time than that if needed/wanted which is great for me. It gives me time to dried it I need/want to return to work.
No paid leave for me so im working until I pop. If I can. Im a courrier so im in and out of vehicles all night delivering packages. Its getting a little tough to do all the getting up and down and Im sore but I think I can make it. Worse comes, ill just have to miss out on some pay. And hopefully we will be able to cope with that. Also DH dosent get more than a week paid leave and then he is back at work. Gonna be a bit rough I think.
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