I didn’t know if I was going to get a chance to write today, because I just had my life insurance health assessment. It wasn’t as bad as I thought, a wonderfully nice woman came to my house to measure my stats, collects some fluids, have a cup of coffee, and she was out the door within 30 minutes.
I am now worth more dead than alive. Monetarily, anyway. You really can’t put a dollar amount on my culinary skills. Ha! (In all seriousness, if you are wanting to know a little more about life insurance, I found this post extremely helpful.)
Pretend there is a good transition here.
Ina is still sick. We took her to the doctor yesterday because it was her 4th day of having a fever and they said she had a cold. I am glad it isn’t anything worse, but sad there is nothing we can do about it. What was once just a fever that could easily be treated with ibuprofen has now transformed into a snotty, coughing, congested mess. It is so sad, she can barely hold her eyes open. Last night was a super long night that included a cough approximately every 26 seconds. Dan has the day off work, so he gets to take care of her today. I am so thankful that she is normally a healthy kid.
Being at work while your kid is sick at home is tough. Yesterday I left this:
(they wave bye to me every morning that Dan has off work and it takes every once of willpower I have to drive away) and came home to this:
Dan smoked chicken stuffed with ham and swiss cheese while Ina napped. He has never smoked chicken before, but I am a huge fan. Someone might be getting a smoker for Father’s Day.
OK, I think that is enough randomness.
I hope you have a wonderful day today!