Yes, sexy picture I know. I have been a bit busy. I got my insulin pump about two weeks ago. AMAZING. It tells you all kinds of things. So, the first little while, I was looking at the little computer every time it beeped. Now I'm used to it and hardly have to check. It is an amazing product. The biggest problem I have is not letting the clip come loose from my clothing and dropping the computer to the ground. I'll tell you more later, just a quick share. And, my numbers are really good now.
Other good things. I got a call from my old apartment manager to confirm that I am still on the list for the new apartments they are building. The good and the bad: They will not have senior priced apartments but all apartments will be income restricted so I will still qualify. I took a drive by them again the other day. I can't say I love their look. As my friend from the old apartments said, they will be like the housing projects you see on tv or maybe a hotel/motel with straight rows of front doors. I'm judging it before it is even finished so I really should wait to see before I comment. The truth is I will get such a good price for the area that I can't complain.
However, here is the kicker, I also got a new job last week. The new job will throw me over the income levels but the apartments won't be ready until around the first of the year so I will have to figure out what to do then. Truth is I can afford to live in those apartments with just my SSA pay check so I'll face that decision when the time comes.
New job: Well, it is for a single divorce attorney who plans to expand her firm. The Texas courts are still on Zoom (which I didn't even know) so she is running her office remotely even though she does have an office downtown. The way I understand it is that there are three divisions of the work. One lady answers all the phone calls and schedules new appointments. Another lady does all the document production. And I will connect everybody's work and all incoming documents to the data management system.
I will work from home and since I've never done that, can't imagine how much easier it will be with no drive downtown in peak traffic.
My energy level since wearing the pump has increased so much. Buddy and I have been walking so much more to burn off my excess energy. If I can't think of a chore I want to do, we just go for another little walk. I feel like my old, pre-diabetic self. It is incredible. I never thought I would feel that way again.