I’m just glad that this time around, we sought appropriate action instead of waiting. I really enjoy renting from independent landlords because living in a huge apartment complex can make you feel cold. Like you’re not part of a community. The neighbors don’t get to know each other as well as I’ve gotten to know some of our neighbors from the independent places we’ve lived. And I enjoy supporting small business owners. I donate to enough chain stores on a monthly basis as it is.
However, this is probably going to be our last time renting from a small/independent landlord or property management company. I’ve already started looking into townhouses.
JJ goes in next Tuesday for a check up at the pediatrician. We’re going to over our options for therapy and testing to see what’s affecting his speech development. Not even going to try and put on a brave face. I’m scared. While everything about him seems normal to me except for his verbal communication skills, that might not be case.
When you starting doing tests and therapies, you stand the chance of finding other and possibly worst things wrong. I’m staying prayerful and hopeful though. God has the final say at the end of day.
I’m reading The Invisible Girls: A Memoir. You’ll definitely need to keep a box of tissues handy. It’s a non-fiction read and is perfect for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. I’ll be doing an official review here on the blog soon.
Halloween is great but Christmas is better!