Last week was one heck of a week for me. I honestly couldn’t tell if I was coming or going. It was the first week of school so the entire household was adjusting to being back on an early morning schedule. Switching back to that schedule also meant adjusting at work since I work with children. We had to get back into the swing of picking kids up. We had new routes and new kids added to the pick up list. I was also dealing with a sick child. After an emergency room visit and a doctor visit it was concluded that the child had a virus. She is feeling better now.
But the biggest thing that happened was for two days I lost my wallet at work. I left it in my cabinet and forgot that it was there. Ya see when I go on my route I am not allowed to carry my purse so I take my wallet out I simply left and went home. I went back the next day to get it I realized that my cabinet was unlocked and my wallet was gone. I just started freaking out because everything I basically needed for life was in there on down to my bank cards. I went home so defeated and upset with myself that I made such a stupid mistake. When I went to bed that night I prayed that my wallet would be found. I cancelled one of my cards and locked the other. When I woke the next day I cancelled the other one. Then I began the process of trying to get info on how to get a replacement license. I found out that I could use my income tax and either my health or car insurance policy. Now I had to decide if I wanted to go to the DDS and wait in the long lines or order online. If I went in I would get a paper license with my picture on it until my official license came in. If I ordered online I would get a paper license without my picture on it. So to help with my decision I called my job to see if my license needed to have a picture on it. So when my boss picked up I began to ask her which they preferred when my other boss came on the phone and said that they had found my wallet. I was super thrilled. I just wish I had found out before I had cancelled my cards.
I just wish that I could just get a do over on the decisions I made last week. For example I would never get so caught up in what I was doing that I would opt to not put my wallet back in my purse like I usually do. That one decision could have cost me so much. I am so glad that it didn’t and all it cost me was the time I have to wait to replace my bank cards. I rarely carry cash on me and this is the reason why.