February 26, 2007

Monday, February 26, 2007

The day started with taking Danny boy for his morning walk. Then it was coffee and breakfast for Naomi and me. We made a list of things I needed to do or find out what I needed to do. Then we started down the list.
Unemployment: I missed my orientation and had to call so I wouldn’t be disqualified from my unemployment. The lady gave me a number and said to call back Wednesday after 3:30.

Our Life Insurance agent.

My Financial Investments: They will send a kit of instructions to update my account, which I could do online.

Heath Insurance. I had to fill out more forms.

I Terminated all employees for dental insurance.

Canceled my cell phone and will use Teds.

After the calls, Naomi, Danny Boy and I went to the the insurance agents office to pick up the forms, the grocery store for dog food, the bank, the office to pick up the company mail and the cleaners to drop off Ted’s shirts.

We had lunch and lazed around in the afternoon.

We pruned the flowers and put some of the food in the freezer as we had more than we could eat.

After dinner, we had several phone calls, Bill Vest, offering the sympathy, Sonia and the Vorlon Parents calling to see how I’m doing and the Vorlon sister called to let me know they arrived home safely. They had left this morning and drove straight through to Michigan.

We watched the Sci-Fi Channel and then I took Danny Boy for his nighttime walk. He barked at my neighbor Bennie as Bennie offered his sympathy.

Posted by The Vorlon at February 26, 2007 10:07 PM

Gosh lady, you were busy. I am wondering what flowers get pruned this time of the year. So glad you have your friend with you. You are so often in my thoughts.

Phyllis E

Posted by: Phyllis E at February 27, 2007 7:50 AM

You have been extremely busy with everything that must be done. Remember to take the time to relax a little bit.

Posted by: Reb Orrell at February 27, 2007 8:47 AM

Dear Karol, I was so worn out after reading about your busy day, I had to take a nap!! Seriously, I'm very happy that you have your friend with you. That helps so much during this time. Believe it or not, all those chores finally get done. But, in a way I feel having to keep busy with all the paperwork and running that needs to be done now is a bit therapeutic. Your mind must stay somewhat focused on business. All part of your new life of healing. Caring for you, Ruth

Posted by: Ruth Berlien at February 27, 2007 11:46 AM