We're gonna make it after all.

I wish I had time to talk.

But I don't.

So I won't.

Sufficed to say, Christen's truck is finally getting taken care of; he got his settlement check today, got a rental car today so I don't have to take him to work at night and go pick him up before I go to work in the morning anymore (I volunteered, but I tell you; it really sucked). Now we just have to suck it up until this weekend when we can go shopping for a new truck.

And we looked at a house today that was gorgeous, but a little higher than we planned on paying. Still not out of our price range, but just more than we planned on. So he's going to see a different one tomorrow and if he doesn't like that one (he's pickier than I) then we'll put in for that house and deal with it. And it'll be beautiful.

And Nana is doing fine, and Lola's stitches come out this week, and the world is still spinning. Amazing how that works, eh?


L said...

sounds like things are looking up!

btw, I'm going to the Oldsmar Flea Market on Saturday with my friend Cynthia and her two daughters. If you want to go, let me know. I have to go to a friend's party that night, but I will try to also make it to yours -- could you send me directions? or did you already send them? I forgot

glomgold said...

That's good to see that things could've been much worse but aren't. Something about that sentence makes me look like a callous jerk but no!

Jamie said...

I'm so glad to read that things are going better!

Surcie said...

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JoeC said...

Hello, Michele sent me. time for downtime and relax for the rest of the week. Have a nice and warm weekend then. Cheers!

Hope things are better from here on then.

NPR Junky said...

FP, I'm glad things are looking up. Hopefully you get the beautiful house and life is good for both of you. Good luck getting Christen his new truck!

Joe said...

Hello, Michele sent me.