This week has been a bit emotional for my family. My husband’s grandmother has been in the hospital for a few weeks and things went south last night when she had a reaction to something the hospital gave her and they had to do CPR on her. Later in the day she was unresponsive. A bit ago, I heard from my MIL that she did end up finally regaining consciousness and asked what was going on, but her health has been going down hill for a while now. We are really worried about her.
I also had to deal with some car troubles today. My oil light kept showing up and the car dealership found that FireStone put too much oil in my car (a whole quart too much!) so it was setting off my alarm for oil pressure. So that’s a thing.
I am training some women at work (remote) again… I am sort of frustrated with training right now because I want to get the new girl caught up instead but now I am training instead. I trained the women on this certain area before… but it seems like no one is catching on. I don’t know why they are not catching on so it just makes me a bit stressed.
I don’t really want to complain here but I wanted you all to know why I might not post tomorrow. I am just a bit preoccupied. But I am trying to work on getting a post about making my own noodles. I offered to work an extra day every week – for 2 months with my job, so I am a bit mixed up with my hours at home. I only work part time right now because of my children but until the girl is fully trained I have offered more time to help catch everyone up.
For those of you who don’t know what I do for work – I am a medical coder. I work from home for a hospital that is near by me. I have done this job for about 3 years now, and yes I went to school for it and I am certified. I love that I can have a legit job. I didn’t think that it would be possible to work from home, from a legit job, years ago. But look where technology has taken us 🙂
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