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Today I am hoping I will get stuff packed. My parents collected money from the family (even extended relatives) to get me the U-Boxes so I can have somewhere to store my stuff that will be easy to ship when I know where I am going. My parents were also able to find me a cheap ($150 per week) extended-stay hotel. Being that cheap I can't imagine the place will be nice but at least is it somewhere to go! I am taking two of the crib mattress. This way two of the children will sleep on the crib mattresses in the floor while one of the children and myself will sleep in the bed.
For state and federal aid purposes we are still considered homeless. Being in a hotel is considered being homeless by the government but at least I will not be rolling into Phoenix with NO WHERE/NO PLAN on where I was staying.. It will be rough living in such cramped conditions with all of them. I am not sure what I am going to do about getting a sitter. What am I suppose to tell them? Come to my hotel and watch the kids all days. I know it is boring and cramped here but try not to kill any of the kids when they get on your nerves. I don't know. That will be another problem for another day.
I have to go to a doctor appointment for myself this morning. We will go to that. Once I am done we will leave and go pick up some helpers to pack. I will have to miss a doctor's appointment for Joseph at 11am because the U-Boxes will be delivered between 10am and 11am. I have to be here for the delivery plus I don't have the the time to drive 40 minutes across town to make the appointment, spend the time there and drive back. This sucks too because it was an appointment with the pulmonologist. I am NOT happy U-Haul is making me miss this appointment!
John will be by at 6:30pm tonight to pick up the children. This is technically his weekend. I am hoping everything will be packed by then. Keeping my fingers crossed! I will try and update what I can I would guess that more of my updates will be from my Kindle or phone so bare with me. : )