Once I dropped Jordan off at school I had to go by the dentist office. I have to get a root canal...yuck. Actually, the root canal isn't the yucky part. The yucky part is the amount of money that we will have to pay out of pocket AFTER insurance. Who knew that dental work was so expensive? Up until now, I had only had a cavity. Nothing major. How does one go from paying for a cavity (which insurance usually covered) to paying for a root canal? I visit the dentist regularly? Was there no warning that this was going to happen? OK, enough of my soapbox. From the dentist I got a car wash-can't drive around in a dirty car on your birthday! It must have been my lucky day because the owner of the car wash gave me a free car wash because it was my birthday. YES! From the car wash I had to go to the eye doctor-a new eye doctor. Apparently my old eye doctor doesn't accept my vision insurance anymore. Good grief-me and "insurance" were in an argument today...it's obvious that I was losing. I WAS losing until I got to the new eye doctor and the receptionist told me that my contacts would be FREE! Best.Words. EVER. And, to top it all off, the insurance company was going to cover the full price of a new pair of COACH eyeglasses (all who know me, know how much this means to me-not the glasses, but the fact that they are COACH). It was my lucky day...so I thought.
This entry is long and I am babbling on but I haven't gotten to the very best part yet. When my husband came home, he came bearing gifts!
AND...thanks to Ashish, my in-laws, and parents...I'm a proud new owner of a NIKON D3100. Here are some of the pictures taken with my new camera.
Surrounded by family and close friends, I celebrated my 28th birthday. God is good, all the time, every time, right on time.