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On to the Next Month

June 30th, 2015 at 12:04 pm

Yesterday was sort of a wrap-up for me. I got the dishes and food all stowed from the food swap, finally finished my grades for my Bestsellers class, and unwound a bit. And we've been eating leftovers from the community meal and swap.

Today will be moving forward day, I think. We have to get DD packed for camp, all her various forms completed, editing contracts signed and scanned, and the office tackled.

There's a pending bus strike here, and either my DH will have to pay high parking prices, or I'll have to drive him to work. He's going to ask to work at home for a few days, so we'll see how that pans out.

I'm not quite sure what to do with August. DD will be done with her camps, but it can be a long month without many planned activities. I have plenty to do, but her friends are here, there, and everywhere in August. I've been thinking about a(nother) trip to MN but we'll see how the budget holds for this one.

I finally have good news about DD's January root canal. After way too many conversations with the endodontist, the insurance folks, and my HR people, it looks like the insurance folks have finally paid their half. I won't quite believe it until the check is in hand, but that will help all our accounts.

I haven't sold anything in almost a week, and am itching to get rid of more things. DD and I may take some stuff to Half Price this afternoon.


3 Responses to “On to the Next Month”

  1. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    You know, a trip to NE could be fun too. Smile
    I posted some stuff last week, but had no takers. Am going to try again this weekend. Hope you have some takers!

  2. My English Castle Says:

    I haven't been to Nebraska in years, Laura. No bus strike there, eh?

  3. bluesfemme Says:

    Unrelated to your post (unless the bus strike is) but did you see this article? http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2015/07/scott-walker-labor-legacy/396641/

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