Friday, August 11, 2006

More Work Hours

My new employer just emailed me and asked if I could work every Friday cleaning his house, instead of every other Friday. This might help fill my time when my children go back to school. He is very flexible, so I can really work any day I wish.

I have spent all morning looking for my insurance certificate for our vehicles. We have four vehicles. I finally found them,(or should I say I requested copies from my insurance agent) when I got to the Secretary of States office they said they didn't need them. On the left bottom corner of the registration it has a pin number on it. They said; that pin number tells them we have insurance. LOL!! Oh well, I needed to put them in our vehicles anyway.

Oh Brother, what a long morning.


Robin said...

Lori, thanks for visiting me over at PENSIEVE, but oh, my, goodness! You're my age and you're a grandmother??? Aggggghhh! lol (my oldest is just shy of 14...I HOPE that means it'll be a while before I have some grands.....!)

dot said...

That sounds like something I'd do. Lately I've been losing stuff and shredding stuff I shouldn't. I just get too much on my mind. You probably do too.

Barb said...

Thanks for visiting A Chelsea Morning Lori. I hate aggravating things like searching and searching for hours to find something and then finding out you didn't need them after all. At least you know where they are now!

lori said...

I started out very young. I have to say being young helps me now with three grandchildren and 5 children of my own at home still.
I'm also going to try and be better about putting things in boxes that are important and not being able to find them when I need them.

lori said...

I think my mind works over-time. I would love to be able to just shut it off with a button at times. : )

lori said...

I love your opening picture on your blog! The water looks so refreshing.
What I don't like the most about the whole proof of insurance slips, is I know if I would have just put them in the vehicles when I receive them, I would have saved myself a lot of trouble. Oh no, I sound like my husband