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Sunday, April 10, 2016

It is nearly the end of the weekend and I still have a stack of chores to do. I *still* haven't done our taxes - that's just going to have to wait until tomorrow night. I *hope* I'll find a few hours to take care of them then. I have a long list work chores to get done. The laundry is clean and sorted into baskets, but there's no chance that they'll be folded and put away. The fridge is loaded and the kitchen is clean, but please ignore the piles of papers in the living room.

At least I managed to get through the stack of bills. Our insurance policies are due - those checks were painful to write since our college kid got his speeding ticket last year. And getting buried in the pages of explanation-of-benefits from our health insurance for all of the soccer kid's knee procedures - my head is completely swimming. I am not looking forward to getting the bills from the hospital and doctors.

Okay, time to stop whining, time to get back to chores. I should be regretting spending all of last night netflixing with the soccer kid. But it was too tempting, snuggling on the sofa together and watching the scariest scenes through our fingers.
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    Isn't it crazy how one little slip-up can affect insurance rates so? I got one little tiny parking ticket a few months ago,--my only infraction ever, either here or in the US--and it will hike my insurance rate. Waaah!

    And don't get me started on medical insurance complications. Maybe I've told you this story, but my son, when he was at university in the US, needed ambulance service one late night after everyone else had left the dorm for winter break, and there was no one to help him. He was so sick that he could barely stand up. He got picked up by the ambulance, but failed to take his insurance card with him. It took a LONG time to get everything straightened out after that. It's hard enough to wade through all the complexity when you are smart and do everything right, as in your case, but for my son, with no experience, and me, with little experience and trying to help from the other side of the world, it was just really, really frustrating.

    Hope you got all that paperwork done!
    1833 days ago
    Hope you find the time for the taxes, I know how it feels to try and wade through tons of paperwork. I don't envy you at all. emoticon
    1835 days ago
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