This morning, as I was on the way to my back therapy appointment, I discovered that someone had messed with my outside mirrors since the last time I had driven the car on Monday. Naturally, I had to take time to re-position them; this isn’t easy since they are manual. I had to make several attempts. Because of that, I just barely made it to my appointment on time.
On the way home I received a phone call from the U S Census Bureau in Georgetown asking if I am still interested in working for them in the field, i.e., going to homes to attempt to gather census data. Evidently they ignored the fact that I had applied only for office work (e.g., tabulating data). They don’t have such an opening in the Georgetown office so they are transferring my file to Austin.
I received an e-mail from the Texas Department of Insurance stating that there is a processing fee deducted from all approved claims (which I didn’t know about or had forgotten). They also reminded me that I had opted to donate one percent of my claim total to the Match the Promise Foundation. Thus, my claim for a shoulder injury sustained nearly six years ago finally has been settled.
Rain spoiled my plans to go wildflower hunting this afternoon so I’m hoping that tomorrow will offer better possibilities.