Sunday, March 17, 2013


Craziness still continues, and time is limited for posting. I started back at the hospital as PRN to get more hours for hopefully soon to be moving costs. Still doing the private practice and contracts as well. My car broke down on my way to class in Siloam Springs last weekend and is still at the mechanics. Luckily I hadn't made it too far and Steven came and got me and took me to class. I was only 20 minutes late. I hate being late for anything, so considering the reasons 20 minutes was pretty good. Apparently some sensor went out, but the cause of that is what's weird. Apparently some chunk of metal came from somewhere and got bounced around for no telling how long and managed to break the sensor and almost cut the timing belt in half. Mechanic got the rare part and put it together but it's still not idling as it should, so it's taking longer than expected to figure out why. Luckily we are borrowing one of Steven's brother's trucks in the meantime.

We are still in the waiting phase of the house buying process. We are hoping to close in the next 10 days if all goes well. I am still nervous that the Rural Development people are going to drag their butt and not get it looked at before they redraw the lines on the 27th. Prayers are still needed on this. 

Some good news... Heston doesn't need tubes in his ears. We are on a dry run for ear infections and the last appointment was supposed to decide whether or not we would be getting them. He was clear for fluid, and I was extremely relieved. The kids and Steven are out for Spring break but of course I have to work, except for Friday. I am exhausted as usual but I did get to rest some today. I needed it after taking the kids to the park by myself yesterday. The older 3 are find, but OMG, Heston is difficult to coral. I believe the temp reached 83 yesterday and today it was in the 40's and dreary. Sometimes I hate Arkansas/Oklahoma weather. And of course Spring break is supposed to be cool most of the week. Can't remember one that wasn't. I really wish they would wait a week, but they never do. 

Happy St. Patrick's Day!


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