My hamstring issue took a turn for the worse. It was so good for a several days but then was acting up again. It’s not as bad, but it still hurts and I’m not sure what the deal is. Maybe when it feels good I over-do it? It seems to hurt in the mornings and at the end of the day. During the day, it’s fine. So I’m guessing morning pain due to stiffness and evening pain because I stood making dinner, cleaning up the kitchen and other chores?
As I type this, it’s the end of the day Wednesday and I have completed 3 of 5 income training days. There’s so much that goes into calculating different types of income. And, it’s not as easy as taking a year’s income and dividing by 12 for a monthly figure.
In the meantime, today I received my level 1 exception authority. I passed 10 out of 10 case studies. It’s more of a status thing for me. An accomplishment. An ego booster. Whatever you want to call it, I’ll take it and brag. There’s not many people with exception authority including many coworkers who have been there way longer than the 2 years I have. I’m not perfect, I failed it the first time around.
In other news, I reconnected with a friend I haven’t seen in about 10+ years. He was a my first boyfriend (1989) and I’ll always have a special place in my heart for him. Isn’t that how it goes though? He found me on Facebook. Through the years, I’ve searched for him online but his name was all too common to get a good hit. I had tons of old photos I had scanned in years ago so I emailed them to him for laughs. Strange hair colors, late 80’s hair, and the like. Good memories. That’s me in the photo. Click to enlargafy.
OK, so now here I am again on Saturday. I finished my week of income training and passed the assessment so far. Next will be case studies and then I should get certified. In a couple of months I’ll go into another income class to learn how to do self employed income, partnerships, C Corps, LLC’s and all that stuff that I’m clueless on.
This weekend we’re at the RV in Augusta and it’s cold. Overnight was upper 20’s. RV’s use propane heat. We like to sleep cold but sometime in the middle of the night, my feet felt like icicles. By the end of the night, I remember waking up and it feeling warm. When I woke up this morning, Jim told me the propane ran out and we had no heat. At 5am he went outside and had to switch the tanks. Brrrrrrrrrrr. This started off some research and purchases. Our RV holds two larger (larger than grill size but can’t remember how many pounds) propane tanks. When 1 runs out, nothing happens. There’s a manual lever to switch the tanks but that doesn’t help at dark-thirty in them morning. We called a local propane delivery service to find out about one of those jumbo tanks that they’d come and fill like so many of our campground friends have) and for the expense of the initial setup and all we decided to go ahead and buy an automatic propane tank switcher. We’re only here on weekends and typically only need the heat at night. The sun pretty much heats this box up during the day. So we took a tank to be filled, and I ordered an auto-switcher on Amazon.
Saturday evening, well more like old-people early bird time (4:30), 8 of us went out for dinner at a Chinese restaurant, Ming Yat. The place has been open since 1981. We had a great time! Once we got home, Jim went back to enjoy happy hour at the Capri Lounge but I stayed in. Aside from hamstring issues, I have a cold with an annoying cough. I vegged and watched hours of Three’s Company on TV. That in and of itself was painful enough.
That’s all I’ve got!