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March? Really?

March 1st, 2021 at 02:45 am

How on earth is it possible that it's March tomorrow?  It seems incredible.

My DH and I were taking a walk this afternoon and talking about how a year ago our daughter was prepping for her AP exams and trying to make college choices.  It seems like forever ago.

But we're all healthy and all employed and not spending much at all.  I've decided to use two days of my spring break to go over all our accounts and do some serious retirement plannng as well as ensure we have enough for DD's remaining years at university.  I'm confident we do, but would like to see the numbers.

March 1 is also a big day for educators (me) and grocery workers (DD) as eligible for the vaccine.  We've managed to secure appointments through a lot of screen refreshing, so we should (crossing our fingers) be vaccinated by the end of the week.  I'm pretty darn excited. 

We have a few things coming up including a food drive at church and muffin making for a local organization that packs meals for the homeless.  And that's it for Sunday night. 


2 Responses to “March? Really?”

  1. disneysteve Says:

    Retirement planning and making sure the college funding is in place are certainly both good things. And that's great about getting your vaccines.

  2. PatientSaver Says:

    Congrats on securing your vaccine appointments. I heard on my local news that many cannot find an opening, so I am grateful I was on the ball and online the day before, when the VAMS website allowing the younger age bracket to register was updated.

    I'm hoping my own appointment will go as smoothly as my father's did, but it's at a different location than his and it's a drive-through, so crossing my fingers. I took the earliest appointment I could (11 am), figuring that any backups would be amplified as the day wore on.

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