It's all his fault!
We moved the bed close to the bathroom door due to the chronic pain I have especially in the mornings. The pain is so great that even my husband has to come to help me. Honestly, There is no help that he can give. We even went to the store and bought a 4 prong walking aid.
Just the other day I had to have an interview with my lawyer about my upcoming disability case and did not give me a warm fuzzy feeling. In fact, it was rather a downer. She seemed to be telling me that "sorry", better luck next time.
It's only been 6 years.
After suffering through arthritis, spondylisis, spondylitheisis(2 different types of curvature of the spine), congenital hip, and lupus and you're telling me that I have no chance? Why am I paying you? Hrumph
My hearing is on Aug. 1 and I am trying not to focus on it because that would lead into negative emotions due to the lawyer.
On the way home from the lawyer, we lost the brakes on the car and upon arriving home, the husband noticed a flat tire. A very flat tire. Yes, good times.
I had to laugh though, because my brother in law came by and announced that we need to get rid of the van(I agree) and our old war horse pickup, which has always been the only thing that keeps running. (Its ugly but it works.)
The BIL is married to my husband's sister, does not work and pretty lives off her money.The both of them never come to see us or call and have no clue about both me and my huband's health issues our regular lack of food in the house with 2 special needs daughters in the house... Nor do I think they really care. So when they make statements like that, knowing we live way below the poverty line; well, I think I have the right to to laugh sarcastically.
So yet another gang buster of a day. And how are you?