It was the best of days it was the worst of days.
And, that about sums up my day today.
Actually, let’s rewind. Yesterday, I got up and went to my car and upon cranking it, I closed my door and my back passenger doors window shattered. I was dumbfounded. I could not believe that I was experiencing my window shatter the way that it did. I called into the house where PR was and asked him to come outside. He greeted me with a confused look asking how I could have done that. I had no explanation other than that it didn’t make a lick of sense to me. After getting through that day and finding someone that would fix my window inexpensively, I was over it and ready for the next day.
I wake up this morning and go to the bank to get cash because my debit card no longer works and another one has been ordered. After that, we get the window fixed and continue on our morning. We even take a day date since the weather has warmed to over freezing temps (damn polar vortex). We get lost in our backyard (the city that we live in outside Atlanta) and plan out how we’re going to hang out this weekend. After that, I had a doctor’s appointment.
Now, here is where my day switches into BS mode. I get to the appointment only to find out that I no longer have insurance with the company in which I signed up less than 2 months ago. And I lose my place in line for the appointment because my benefits department wouldn’t let me know any information about this change. I come home and hunt down which company now has the pleasure of insuring me only to not be able to get an appointment before next week.
So once I calm down from being furious at the world, I find out the apartment that I recently moved out of is under eviction and my name is still on the lease. I honestly don’t know how I’m still managing to smile though all of this but I know there has to be a light at the ending of the tunnel and I’ll get though it but right now, I’ll just sit here with a WTF? face.