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WELL I found out at 3 that Emily's basketball banquet was at 6 today. Then Emily called and said it was at 5. REALLY? The coach cannot call or email or send a note home. REDICULOUS! SO I rushed out of work (thankfully boss was in a good mood) and I made it to take Emily.
Well, some of our mail finally showed up here again. Sheesh.
Thought I had lost my nail clippers, oy! They are one of my few items I have to have. Since I keep my nails so short, I pretty much cut them every couple of days. As soon as I see white...chop! Part of my OCD and germaphobe ways...
Kitchen is nearly packed. Just have the basics left we use daily.
I think I've had HH once. I don't think we even got flavored crust.
“Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.” ― W.B. Yeats
“I think you learn more if you're laughing at the same time.” ― Mary Ann Shaffer
Hi. Sorry I didn't say bye before I left work. I got busy
Thanks or the heads up on archivers oupon
Patty... What do you mean by putting a child on house!?????
My Dad still lives in their home
How do you add a kids name??
Does he have a quit claim in order? For house to go to in the event of his passing? If not the whole thing needs to be probated, the other option is to sign the house right over to one of his kids now, but keep a lifelong lease on it.
Our situation is a little different because it's looking like he'll have to stay in 24/7 supervised residential. Medicare doesn't pay for that, you have to go onto medicaid, to do that you can't have any assets. He can keep his house and one vehicle, but if the house isn't deeded over to someone else it needs to go through probate. If a parent needs a residential home then medicaid goes back five years to see the status of things.
It's easier to explain in person, look me up at the mingle.
Watching The Breakfast Club. I haven't seen it in forever, it was always one of my favorites. It has little blurbs at the bottom of the screen with all kinds of details of behind the scenes stuff and the actors/director. They're having commercials that Sixteen Candles is going to be on too. Haven't seen that one in forever either.