Wow the years fly by, it’s Pre-College time once again. I just spent over an hour talking to new parents and answering financial aid questions. I can’t believe how fast time flies!
I was talking with Betty and it seems like yesterday I made my first trip to Pre-College and it’s been 13 years. The parents and kids seem to get younger every year; hmmm wonder if maybe I’m getting older.
I have Pre-College again tomorrow and then I’m supposed to go on the 10th of August; I seriously wonder if I’ll go tomorrow with Sabrina having a doctor’s appointment this afternoon. I may have to call and have someone go with me.
I have had my 3 bad things now. I was talking to Sabrina yesterday and my phone made a funny noise and died. I tried everything I could think of and everything Cingular could think of and nothing worked. So I have a new phone being delivered today. Luckily about 6:00 last night it started making another funny sound and came right back to life. But, I’m afraid not to send it back since it’s died once. So I’ll replace it and send it back to them. I’ll also put a note on it that it did come back to life. But, some things like the alarm are still not working right. I’m guessing but I think the mother board must have a short or something.
Not a lot going on! Von if you and Rebecca read this have fun together! I wish I could be there I miss both of you so much. I can hardly wait till we all meet in KY this spring!
Love and hugs to all,
PS: I promise to catch up with everyone’s blog tonight! Sorry I’ve not been getting them read like I should!
Living one day at a time; Enjoying one moment at a time; Accepting hardships as the pathway to peace; Taking, as He did, this sinful world as it is, not as I would have it; Trusting that He will make all things right if I surrender to His Will; That I may be reasonably happy in this life and supremely happy with Him Forever in the next. Amen.
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