Friday, July 28, 2017
A good week all in all
My husband's employer finally found his FedEx'd retirement paperwork and says it is in order. They emailed 3 minor additional forms to complete so we mailed them back USPS rather than paying for FedEx since it made no difference in arrival time for the first batch.
I turned in my paper work for Medicare Part B given the pending end of employee health insurance and switch to retiree insurance. There is no penalty for delaying Part B past 65 as we completed the proof of other insurance form. I took it to the closest SS office to make sure all was in order and the HR person had made a mistake but the SS person was able to fix it. I'll have to start paying for it as of October 1st.
My Project 333 capsule wardrobe for summer is working out well with only the addition of one sleeveless top. I'm starting to consider what I need/want to add to have an equally well working fall capsule. Shoes and a semi-dressy outfit are on the list so far.
I stopped at the library and arrived a few minutes before it opened. Chatted with a woman also waiting and found out about a weekly genealogy group meeting. She took me up to meet other members and I'll give it a try next week.
I'll add in attending yoga class and a jewelry making group in my at my community rec center and see if I can't make some friends quickly.
I went to the golf course in my community and practiced driving as it had been maybe 8 years or so since I played. Hubby is a good coach.
The city inspector did the final sign off on the permit for our new HVAC installation. Finally.
We made plans to see our older son and DIL on Sunday!!!
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