Thursday, September 13, 2007

That which does not kill us.....

Okay, so it is the 13th, and there is still no sign of our stuff. Grrrrr. I am trying not to be negative, but this is getting quite depressing! I keep getting different answers from different people while I'm being sent to different offices. Barf.

Finance has also done me the favor of messing up Michael's direct deposit. Because I had nothing else to think about right now.....

But enough moaning! I had a small bright spot today- Apfel Schorle!!!! For those of you who don't know what that is, I will enlighten you. It is a wonderful sparkling apple juice that my oldest brother introduced me to when I went to visit him in Switzerland. And they have it at our Commissary!!!! Believe it or not, that actually made my day better. I had gone to the store to forget that my personal belongings were not being delivered. And there it was! So, see, someone out there wants to make sure I don't seek revenge on the TMO office.

Anyway- I just wanted to update you all, in case you were wondering if our stuff actually came. The answer - if you missed it - is a big fat "no". I will write again after Saturday, when we attend a friend's daughter's baptism in the Mediterranean Sea.....

1 comment:

Cousin Carie said...

I am sorry to hear your stuff has not arrived yet. I thought I would update you on the Valentine clan. We are just starting into our 2nd season of flag football with the boys. Jacob is 10 and Daniel is 8. They love it and it gives us a chance to get out and breath in the fresh air. It is starting to cool off a little here in Tucson and for that I am grateful. I am Relief Society President and I was just readmitted to the U of A to finally finish my degree. I am not sure what I will do with it but it is a goal I have always had. I hope to finish by the time I am 40-that's 4 years! The university lost my financial aid paperwork so we are excited about all of the identity theft options out there now. Alan is working his butt off as ususal and our little Sarah-5 makes me feel like I can do anything. I love having a daughter. It makes up for the years of only having brothers! I love them, but there is just something about having a girl. I have a fun time reading your updates! Keep them coming. I have used the math analogy several times since reading about your conference. Talk to you soon.
Carie