Things here have been busy. We have been having issues for a few months with the septic system. It is progressively getting worse. And there is not much that is worse than septic issues....Hello? So I'd like to say it is resolved...but that would be a lie. Waiting to find out what is the next step and being renters, the decisions are out of our hands, so being a control freak is not helpful.
On another note, there is an organization here called Three Bags Full and they do these HUGE consignment sales for kids stuff. I've heard of them but have never gone And of course, one would think, I will go to the sale....but that would be normal. So I am consigning stuff and volunteering to help at tonights pre-sale. I have no idea what to expect, but I told them of my limitations and they have very graciously given me tasks that should not be too much of a problem. And my shift is very short.
My mom & dad are home from Florida!! Yeah!! We'll see them tomorrow. Hopefully! My son has caught a nasty cold and I am hoping he will be better (or at least not as sniffy). We are doing a delivery and then going to see them.
Boy, Man and I have been spending hours mowing and trying to keep the grass under control.
Looked at a cow last week. I would really like to get it, but our finances are so tight that I'm not sure about the hay for the winter. The man will deliver her for us (for a fee) and she is due to calve at the beginning of next month, so almost immediately we would be in milk.
Speaking of finances, I received my second denial letter from my long term disablity provider. The first denial was denied because they ruled my Trigeminal Neuralgia was a pre-existing condition. Now, they've ruled that it is not a pre-existing condition, but it does not prevent me from working a normal schedule. I just called the lawyer working on my SSDI, and they don't do LTD so I think I am going to call the abulance chaser from the back of the phone book. If they can afford that kind of ad, they must win a lot!
I am weary. Not just tired. I haven't been posting as my mood has reflected the soul weariness I have. I am blessed to be where I am, to have what I have, etc., but sometimes the pain and the expectations I had for my life that will no longer be just gets to be too much. My 101 list reflects some of the high goals I had hoped for....but then again, I wrote that list before I started having the TN flare ups. I am doing much better than most with TN, but it's hard to know as it is considered a rare disease, and the only reference point I have is on a TN group on Facebook.
Anyhoo....life on the farm in spring brings lots of joyful things. I will try to post more of those in the next few days!