Hello everyone! Sorry I’ve been scarce. hope everyone is well! I had a crazy morning but just resting now. I decided not to go to the exercise class originally because I had a headache AND had to go to the store. Still hoping to go 2x a week but only been there once so far.
I’m going with Ryan to Giant Eagle after he gets home, and rest and clean while he’s at school. I’m going to take a shower/bath in a little while. I’ve already done half the dailies. I just got the shakes because I didn’t eat any protein this morning so I just had an egg sandwich and hopefully those shakes will calm down. Maybe I’m shaking from the migraine meds too…
I may also have a headache because I’m out of cocacola – don’t know. Going to buy some at the store – yum!
This morning I lost Ryan’s hearing aides, bookbag, and shoes, and my library card. I found the hearing aides in time for school (remembered I’d put them in this little bag) but not the shoes until after he went to school in sandals. Still haven’t found the bookbag or the library card. Luckily the library renewed them over the phone with my drivers license, but said it was a one-time favor.
My aide was in an accident as in the hospital! I don’t know any more than that. Prayers appreciated!
Rog is doing good. Got 248 files done yesterday and his goal today is 300. Then tomorrow he should be finishing up and come home. God is providing and sustaining us.
I’m still looking at court reporting or captioning so I can bring in hopefully in one day what it takes a week to make now – that would be more worth it. I wish I could start the court reporting course now but know it’s above my ability with all on my plate at this time. http://www.tri-c.edu/catalog/0305/sequences/programs/court.htm And from what I’ve seen it’s all online, I believe. So I would hardly have to leave the house 🙂
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Wow, so much going on! I’m glad you had time to update!
I hope everything turns out well for you guys with Colleen and your aide and everything. What’s captioning, that sounds interesting!
Captioning is a form of court reporting where you learn the basics of the stenography machine (that you see on TV, taking depositions, court transcripts etc.) and you work at home typing up the captions for TV shows. There’s also another career in court reporting where you help the deaf by putting the media into a printed form on a screen,. I’m really intersted in that now too – it’s called C.A.R.T.
So hopefully I’ll start my studies in a few years!