Tomorrow I finally get to close a door on my life. I have to testify in my ex’s case against the guy who hit him, causing him subdurmal hematoma. I devoted six months of my life to taking care of him, and got shit on by him, his friends, and his family. Further, I went into debt, and got nothing out of the relationship besides anxiety and a nagging PTSD.
On a plus side, I got an approval letter from Medicaid today. I am hoping that part of my life will get cleared up too. Now if only all my tax return information would get here, and I would be even more excited.
In regards to my grocery budget mission: I did go shopping on Sunday. I spent within the budget, and got everything but olives (I can never find them at Walmart). I also created a document in Google docs in order to have a spreadsheet of what I spend each item, how much I spend each trip, and hopefully can pull the information together to keep on track.
I really think this, like how to change your oil, should be the type of things that are taught in high school. Applicable life skills should be more important than subjects I don’t even remember learning.