Wednesday, March 24, 2010

It's a Praise the Lord Moment!

I have had two "Praise the Lord Moments" this week. First (let's hear a drum roll....), after waiting 11 months, our auto insurance company has finally agreed to pay our hospital bill ($2,000+) from our car accident last year!!! To read about the incident click here for part one and here for part two. The other guy's insurance company has also agreed to pay all of our out-of-pocket expenses that were incurred because of the accident. We are getting close to putting this all behind us. Woot-woot!!!Secondly... Well, I have been on work overload this month. I've been working 2-3 days a week covering for my friend who had gone job searching in California and pulling a day or two at the restaurant in addition to my regular daycare hours. So all together working 5-6 days a week, still keeping my evening obligations and nearly going out of my mind. I hate this schedule and earlier this week I was ready to pull my hair out. I want more time to be at home with my family and taking care of my house and my guys. Anyway, just when I thought I was at the brink of exhaustion, my friend calls me and says she is coming home, which is earlier than I expected her to come home and will be able to work her hours at the daycare next week. (Can I hear another woot-woot?!?) PRAISE THE LORD! I think knowing that me schedule is about to relax has given me an extra dose of energy today because I am nowhere near as tired as I was Monday and Tuesday of this week. Another praise the Lord!

I have no picture for this moment.

6 comments:

Bethany said...

"knowing that me schedule" Sounds like a pirate, don't I?

Martha said...

Getting all that stuff paid for is almost like getting a bonus (or a nice fat tax return...) And I'm glad for you that your schedule is slowing down. maybe now the "dog" won't get so much fuzz stuff to his paws.

"lesturam"- Dontcha just love word verification?

Stephanie said...

Yippee!!

Martha said...

Maybe now the "dog" won't get so much fuzz stuck to his paws.

(Yes, that's what I meant to say. Where are my proofreaders when I need them?)

Sherri said...

woot woot! God knows what we need when we need it. I suppose I should remember that, right?

Rachel said...

That's great! :)