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Sigh of relief, approved to work from home!!!

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

It was the first email I saw this morning. What a load off the mind. That was a key domino in the long chain I’m setting up. I can finally start the retirement process at work with September 1st as my target date. I’m done scrambling and jumping through hoops, won’t need to go the ADA route (disability).

We got social security set up yesterday, I spoke with Medicare and our financial advisor, I put in three calls to my friendly retirement experts in Risk Management about various and sundry so I know where to start today.

I was at my office at the crack of dawn this morning to do a very few things, pick up an unused printer, collect my stack of mail, and give away my last painting. I left some organic coffee and a pretty mask for the kind soul who is going to drop off my mail on her way home from work so I shouldn’t have to do the crack of dawn run more than once a week.

Little underfoot senior cat could have landed me in the hospital last night. I was going to do the dishes but hadn’t quite made it to the sink when I stepped on her, tripped over her, and crashed to the floor. I’m surprised my wrist and elbow weren’t broken. I’m sure that landing mostly on thick mats helped, and hopefully I’ve inherited my mom’s strong bones. Quite shaken, I left the kitchen as is and soaked in a hot bath. Must have helped because I expected to be more sore than I am this morning though my hip is complaining. Now don’t I sound like an old person? And I still need to clean the kitchen.
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    So glad that you can work from home. emoticon
    15 hours ago
    Yay, I knew they would do the right thing. Sorry about your fall. I fell too and hurt my right upper wrist. Bruised not broken, thankfully. Hope you feel better soon!
    6 days ago
  • SPICY23
    Wish I could send you a maid. Glad you are OK.

    Peace and Care

    6 days ago
    glad you are okay oh pets underfoot. a couple of summers ago I came in the kitchen and it had just rained, i slipped in some water the cat and dog were in the process of fighting between my legs and one of them pushed me . i went flying up in the air came down on my knee and was propelled forward were my ribs slammed the floor and my big fat head was the last to hit, ended up with bruised ribs a sore knee and a huge egg on my head and a cut over my eye from my glasses . next day we left on vacation, most painful vacation ever . you were so lucky go slow the next couple of days Hugs
    6 days ago
    PHEW! And a huge hallelujah that you can work from home till retirement. That's a blessing.

    So sorry you were tripped up by your cat. My fur baby does that to me, too. Have to be ever watchful!

    HUGS and so happy for your news.
    6 days ago
    I am glad things worked out at work and that you and your cat are OK. emoticon
    6 days ago
    Well, glad that is all settled, so now get all the odd and ends taken care of and then just walk away, and enjoy retirement. What about Hubby, is he going to wait awhile? Just think of all the things you want to do, but just don't do them all the first month. I had trouble with that at first, I was getting up at my usual time and by 9 am. the chores done, the house spotless, everything outside done, and then had nothing to do the rest of the day. And that was when I started to really gain, at least 40 lbs worth. So learn right out of the gate to pace yourself or you might find many more hour in the day to snack, snack and snack. hahahahaha
    6 days ago
    Yay for early morning email with great news. emoticon
    7 days ago
    No a hurt person
    7 days ago

    Keep on Keeping on!

    Make today the greatest day of your life!
    Until tomorrow!

    “Leaders never use the word failure. They look upon setbacks as learning experiences.”
    – Brian Tracy
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    7 days ago
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