Wow…I’ve been trying to get cheaper medical coverage for about a month now. It’s so crazy. I mean, it’s so complicated with the insurance company’s and Covered California’s efforts to make it easier. Just crazy. I really don’t even know what’s covered or what’s not on my new plan (or even if I have a plan—if I did it right I do.) Hopefully, I’ll never need to find out. Isn’t that the object of the Insurance Game? You pay the money so you’ll never need to file a claim??
And, I get to mandatorily donate to a children’s dental care fund. It’s nice how people have selected for me how to donate my money. I mean, like most people, I’ve a budget. And, I’ve budgeted for donations to organizations I like. Now one of those has to go. But it will be nice to see clean, sparkling teeth on kids. What’s ironic is that if I want dental coverage for myself, I can’t get it through Anthem Blue Cross.
Be that as it may, if I’m being forced to donate to a good cause, that’s a good one.
I love looking at little babies. They’re just precious. No hidden agendas. You can just look at them with love and it all comes flooding back. A smile from a baby is such a beautiful gift. A laugh? Icing.
Yesterday was such a glorious day. Made it ridiculously hard to work on my novel. I’m in the murky middle. It’s tough going and distractions are welcomed by moi. And yesterday, it was so quiet, still and warm. I stood outside on our deck and breathed it all in. Manufactured some vitamin D and relaxed—that was my workday right there. The barest of breezes tickled the redwoods. I took a movie to share the day with you. Had to share.
Here are some pictures of the signs of Spring and the movie’s at the end.
Have a most happy Sunday, peeps!
Yellow violet…sorry it’s not clear. The dogs wanted to help and I had to keep pushing them away. Poor little violet got stepped on a couple of times. But it bounced right back. Sweet heart leaves.
Japanese maple is leafing out. Soon it will be that amazingly bright green.
My favorite: Trillium
Salmon Berry blossoms.
And your 60 seconds worth of a warm Spring Day…
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