Just an update on the Discover Card payment situation. I ended up having to send them a copy of the processed check to prove that I made the payment. And it took 52 days total to resolve the lost payment situation. Guess you know what happened to my Discover card, huh?
Thanks, Bing, for the image!
I made a payment on my Discover card. It was an extra payment. It was $70. I wanted to get the balance paid in full. I didn’t enclose a payment coupon. I didn’t have one! This was an EXTRA payment. I’ve done this before. Mailed an extra payment In fact, I’ve run thousands of dollars through… Continue reading Un-Discover Card
Chore – Noun. A routine task, especially a household one. I don’t know how it works you in your house, but, when I get home from work, I have to do my chores. What do these chores consist of, you might ask. Aren’t you almost 50 years old? Is someone giving you an allowance to… Continue reading Ahem…And Now, A Few Words About Chores
Hello coffee share friends! If we were having coffee, we would meet a the coffee shop that is currently our favorite – EXO Coffee. Come on in and have a seat. They have a great decaf roast that my hubby likes. Let me greet you with a big hug and ask you, how are you? How… Continue reading Weekend Coffee Share – Las Vegas Edition
Dear Middle Age: I have a few things to say to you. Things that are long overdue and need to be addressed. For instance: Thanks for the insomnia, and for reminding me that I can’t handle a lack of sleep like I could at the age of 25. Sure, I could trip the light fantastic,… Continue reading An Open Letter To Middle Age
Dear Middle Age:
Thanks for reminding me that I can’t handle a lack of sleep like I could when I was 25.
I’m going to be traveling in a few weeks to see my daughter and her family. As usual, I’m having the pre-travel freak-out. I don’t like being away from home. Heck, I don’t like traveling…period! Oh, I love the idea of going to exotic places or traveling overseas. I just don’t like the actual act of getting on a perfectly good plane and flying through the air. Or riding in the car for 8 hours to get to our destination. (Remind me again why would anyone do that)? I do love the idea of seeing family and friends, no matter where they live. But like I said, it’s the act of getting there that is difficult for me.
I’m not sure where this comes from, but it’s the same process each time I get ready to travel. It’s hard on me to be away. This time hubby is coming along, so I won’t have to do all the driving. He will help. I guess I’ll start meditating…it always helps!
Do you ever have a pre-travel freak-out? I’d like to hear from you!
Thank you, Bing, for the cute little image!