So nine days ago, our little Bella got hit by a car on our property. Not run over, but hit. (She ignored SB's commands and ran to the car, SB ran after her yelling for the car to stop). The car did stop, but still she collided with it. She had a trip to the 24 hour emergency vet and surgery where they sedated her to give her an xray and scan. She had no internal injuries or broken bones, thank goodness. They dressed her wounds, gave her pain pills, and discharged her. She was very sore the first few days, but has been walking, jumping, etc. as normal for several days now. So that set me back $761.27.
My medical bills for my hospital stay are all in I think, and my share is just a few dollars under 1k. I have been having more tests though, so expect more bills to pay.
My phone has been acting up for a few months. It freezes, it shuts down, in short it has become unreliable. So I am in the market for a new phone sooner rather than later. I am also planning to switch from Ting back to Verizon prepaid. Even though I am on Ting's Verizon service, my calls drop more than they don't. It will be more expensive, but it is not acceptable to be unable to rely on cell service even in town. (I don't even count from home. No matter what, cell service at home will remain unreliable.)
And the most fun money going out, we booked our next cruise. We sail in May 2022. We chose an Alaskan cruisetour, which includes staying in the Princess Lodge in Denali.
SB and I both received our first dose of the Pfizer vaccine today. So far, we both feel fine.