~Lost wages due to injury
~Over $1000 in car repairs
~Blown a tire on the highway (not included in the above amount!)
~Our identity stolen (no joke)
I'm just so proud, I have to share with all of you!! Remember not long ago when Princess won the Dejah Quinn 2008 Cover Child contest?
Well, here is a sample of her work. Isn't it awesome!?
Be sure and check out her website:
Dejah Quinn Photography
Or, if you want to read her Blog the link is over there. -------->
I finally got up the courage to look at NJ's hospital bills.
(Up until now, hubby has taken care of payment arrangements and hospital billing stuff. I just couldn't stomach the thought at the time.)
So anyway, we've had so much bad news lately I figured it couldn't get any worse right?
Might as well bite the bullet and know how much the surgery cost us.
So here goes... a whooping $68,000!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Wow. Just wow.
The good news? Our insurance company has paid a lot more than we were expecting them to pay. (Keep your fingers crossed that they don't realize thier mistake and turn around and bill us!!)
Support the cause of Foster Care Adoption!!
During Father’s Day Weekend June 14 and 15th , participating Wendy’s will donate 50 cents from the sale of every Frosty product to the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption.
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I get bored easily. I move around furniture often, rearrange things on my kitchen counter, reorganize my pantry, heck I even dig up plants and move them in my garden.
Thanks to Rumblings & Bumblings and
I stumbled upon an awesome contest!
Check it out over at...
Eightcrazy Designs does personalized blog creations that are absolutely amazing. Guess what? If I win, I'll get to choose between a custom banner or one of their pre-designed blogs.
I'm SUPER excited about it!! It's time for a new look here on Snips Snails and Pigtails. And perhaps a new look will restart my interest in blogging? I sure hope so.
I know it's not just us. So many people are going through hard times right now. It doesn't help that when you stop to fill up at the pump you can't help but notice the near $4.00/gal price tag. (I know it's even higher in some areas) When you go to the store for milk and it's nearly twice what it was just a few years ago, you know somethings up...and it's certainly not people's spirits!
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