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Yay!!

I did some calling and checking and digging today to see where I could go for help to get my baby girl's seizure meds. And yay! Children's Hospital is going to fill her Rx for FREE!!!!!!

This time the tears I cried were tears of joy and relief.

Another yay? A pretty wonderful person by the name of Kelly baked some incredibly delicious pumpkin muffins for me and gave me a card. This is a sweet woman who has had more than her share of life's twists and turns and she's always thinking of others. Thanks Kelly. When I grow up I want to be just like you. And not just the gorgeous outside that is you, but the kind and compassionate inside that is you as well.

Ok, the gorgeous outside would be kinda nice too. :grin:

In other yay news, I have even more students in my early morning Spanish classes than I'd been anticipating! Yay! I've also got another interview with the school district to become a translator. This is on top of the other two Spanish teaching jobs, plus another that's coming up at another school.

We might just make it after all.

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  1. I'm so happy about the meds news.

    I noticed all the sign-ups in the pta box the other day and was very excited for you.

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  2. i am so pleased to see your happy news today!
    what a relief about the meds.
    and the extra students.

    (and you are too sweet.)

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  3. I never watched that show, but I would expect nothing less after reading your post! I'm happy for you!!!

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  4. I'm so glad for you...I haven't been there with the meds, but we've been there with the job worries. Take care...

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  5. Thanks Paige! I've got nearly twenty students! Yay! Yay! Yay!

    Thanks Kelly...and thanks again for the muffins. You are the too-sweet one m'dear.

    Rebecca, you're too young to remember the Mary Tyler Moore show I'd guess. Yes, I'm ancient. :)

    Thank sis Parker! I know a lot of people are going through tough times right now. I'm so incredibly relieved I can't tell you. We went down to the hospital today and picked up her meds. It was such a relief.

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