Life Keeps Changing…

And so does our house.  This week we ordered a new chair which we are still waiting for delivery on as I type.  Then I was told my very old (like 25 yrs) ottoman should be replaced so that is done and we got a new little table coming to go between my couch and Momma’s chair.  It may seems silly because we have other end tables, but I like sitting close to her while we watch Tv.  That way we can hear each other better when we make our remarks.  I also upgraded our Xfinity service.  For the first time in several years we will have cable and internet.  The price difference for the upgrade won’t break the bank so we decided to go for it.

Being a family of three I try to get everybody’s input on any changes that we make to the house.  I want everyone to know their opinions matter.  I have worked where even though I am doing most of the work I didn’t get a say in it.  It feels so frustrating and I didn’t want to deal with that at home.

Once I find out what is going on with the chair I will get busy taking care of other things that need to be done.  A shower, the bird cage, going through my receipts for my tax appointment and probably a nap because I have to work tonight and a crazy day tomorrow.

The weight loss is going well.  My doctors are all very pleased.  I just have to quit slacking on the exercise.

So things are going well and I am pleased about that.  How about for you?  Well going to go get busy.  I will visit again soon.

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2 Responses to Life Keeps Changing…

  1. momma says:

    The chair arrived and all we have to do now Is clean up the front yard. There is apart of the sectional and s big cardboard box to be moved.

  2. Les says:

    Well, we’re down to just deciding who we want to go with for homeowners insurance and then come May 1st I will be a homeowner. USAA’s rates are very high compared to other companies we’ve spoken to so we won’t be using them. The question now is do we move the cars over to the same company we go with for home insurance. The stress levels are finally coming down, though, so that’s good.

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