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Thursday, July 21, 2011

As sands through the hourglass

I mostly use this space to write about Cash, but I'm going to take a moment to make a record of the other things going on in our lives.

First of all, we are moving in FIVE weeks. I have started to pack but there is still a long way to go. We have found an apartment in Greenville, but we are still looking for a mover and we will have to get furniture once we get there. I need to sort out our insurance and Cash's school once we get there too. Josh is buying me out of the Stillwater house, but we are still waiting on an accounting estimate from our CPA. Mom and AD are living with Cash and me in order to save money this summer and that is proving to be an adventure. We are still working out the kinks of being roommates. Sometimes working out those kinks is painful.

Also, I am starting to get emails from pacemaker school. I need to buy a computer, I need to buy books, I need to decide if I am going to a conference, I need to start getting my head around studying a very complex subject. I got a little scared today of the intellectual challenge ahead.

Also, Cash has had and will have a bunch of appts before we leave. I need to take a full day off to take him to the eye doctor in Grand Junction in 2 weeks. He has an appointment with his braces specialist soon too, and of course every day he has school and/or therapies. Mom has been invaluable as his chief handler and assistant.

Also, Heather and Gib are visiting next week. I am really looking forward to it, I just wish I could have more time with them. I don't want to spend time packing or whatnot while they are here.

Also, the back injury I sustained from my car accident three years ago is acting up again. I am doing some chiropractic work as well as having a physical therapist stick needles in my back about once a week. I am not exercising and I am eating chocolate at a fearful rate. 

In the meantime, I am still working full time at the Music Festival and it is just crazy here. It's crazy every summer, but the point is that it doesn't allow for much else - which is fine usually, I just work to death - but this summer I have other things I have to do that aren't getting done! (See above.)

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