Well, I thought that DSS had straightened out the problem with our address being matched with biomom. Turns out I was wrong. I have received mail addressed to her at my house. They still have her address as ours. I was assured that they would correct the problem. I made some phone calls but wasn't able to actually reach a human. I left several messages but haven't heard back from anyone. I guess that I am going to have to go further up the chain of command. This is getting really frustrating.
We haven't heard anything from biomom. According to her family she wants to have another baby but plans on leaving the state to have it. Knowing what I know at this time, I hope that she doesn't get pregnant again. As far as Benjamin's case goes, she sure did a lot of huffing and puffing and even went to the state to complain about her case, in the end she didn't file an appeal. She hasn't asked for a final visit so I assume that they won't have one.
I received another call from adoptions. She had more questions for me about him for his file. I think that it is funny that they get all the information from us for his file so that they can call us in to read us the file.
On a great note, the little one we had for respite has found a home. After 5 rejections her family was found and they are delighted. She went on a weekend visit and then moved in with her adoptive family the next week. She was such a sweet baby, I didn't understand why so many rejected her.
This has been a long week. My husband has been out of town for training. When he was in the army we were used to the separation. However, we have gotten used to him being home every night. It is strange going to bed alone at night. I don't sleep as well.
I have been tired anyways because my shoulder is acting up. I finally went to the doctor this week to get some drug to deal with the inflammation. Normally when my shoulder acts up I can take the change out of my purse (lots of change) and rest it for a while. Within a week it normally heals up. However, this time around it didn't. The male doctor that I saw asked my why I didn't just carry my purse on the other shoulder. I told him that I couldn't, I am left shouldered and left handed. I also use the left shoulder for holding the phone. Am I odd, does anyone else have a specific shoulder that they use for carrying their purse and such? Bursitis is annoying but in the big picture of life it is manageable. I guess that the combination of carrying a baby and getting old is catching up with me.
We are prepping for school here. Our schools start on Monday. We had meet the teacher tonight for Michelle. Her school has called me several times to see if I wanted to enroll Emma and Larissa. I keep telling them no but they keep calling. Anthony is heading off to the middle school and has orientation this Saturday for half a day. He is excited and worried which is to be expected.
Honestly, this summer had gone by way too fast. We haven't finished everything that we wanted to do. Also, I have two girls to prepare curriculum for and I have been procrastinating. Regardless of whether we are ready or not, Monday will come and school will start. Anyone else have a short summer? Is this another effect of getting old? I was always told that time flies faster the older you get. Someday's it feels as though that is true.
We have a lot planned for this weekend so we will see summer leave with a blast.