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Cracked Rib - UGH

November 25th, 2016 at 07:19 pm

I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Today is black Friday, and I am unmotivated to partake. Part of this is because I am dealing with a cracked rib- which happened on the first day of vacation a couple of weeks ago- on our way to the cruise. Grrr. It is much less painful than it was on the cruise, but it is still causing me to be less energetic than normal. Aside from the rib,the cruise was fantastic. We had an awesome time, and even better, stayed within budget. Actually came home with a few hundred dollars to put back into the travel fund.

The hub starts his 4/2 rotations this go-round, which will definitely help. The extra will go towards paying back the money loaned to DD2 while she is unemployed and not receiving unemployment (hopefully she will start receiving her benefits next week). She will pay us back with her taxes, and that will ultimately go to savings.

Court got postponed for the kids- which was a good thing. It gives the state more time to build their case. The kids have since been diagnosed with PTSD, which is so sad- but the diagnosis will help with the case to keep them here and provide extra counseling assistance. Our next court date is week after next.

Z (5) and I had a sleepover Wednesday night. It was so fun. We played Candyland (he won) we put a puzzle together (he is a master puzzle builder) and we played with blocks...he is getting so big. He is a lot more reserved and doesn't smile as much as he once did..my goal is to turn that around while we have him.

Life is good!

3 Responses to “Cracked Rib - UGH”

  1. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    I'm glad you were still able to have fun on the cruise even with a cracked rib!

    I hope you can help Z feel more like he once did about life.

  2. alice4now Says:

    I'm glad you are taking it easy with the cracked rib, from what I hear there's not much you can do about it but keep yourself comfortable, and wait!

    Hoping for a positive outcome for the kids and your family. The sooner the kids can get into a permanent, stable position, the better their future and recovery will look.

  3. rob62521 Says:

    Sorry about that cracked rib!

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