This month has also been an expensive one, first the car tax (Brad and Esther very kindly paid that for me), then the insurance, and to add insult to injury I clipped the kerb on the way back from another unsuccessful interview, lost the wheel trim and took a couple of chunks out of the tyre, I was so angry with myself that I cried, but again my amazing family stepped in and helped out, what would I do with out them. Yesterday I had my eyes tested I knew that I would have to have new glasses and tried to budget accordingly, but was shocked when the optician told me that they would cost over £300, that was with the BOGOF offer as well, the catch, I need varifocals and yes, the second pair are free except you have to pay for the ultra thin and reaction lenses (which I find easier) I know that I get some help as I'm out of work, so I decided to be sensible and settled for 1 pair the total cost £104 I also get HSA which means I only have to pay £50, a bit of a saving there eh?
Anyway enough moaning. I'm really looking forward to having Kaity when Esther goes in to have the baby in about 2 weeks time, so everything is getting ready to welcome her into our family. There's nothing like a baby to bring hope into our lives and put all our problems on the back burner. Kaity was a blessing coming when she did just after losing Mum, and I know that her little sister will do just the same.
I have been busy with some more layouts for Inspired Blueprints
I've also been busy working on a project from Following the Paper Trail which I will post when it is completed.