Yes, I’m in school full time. I’m working toward a 4 year degree in psychology. I’ve been very busy!
On top of work and school, I’ve been tolerating my ex’s evaluation of why I haven’t filed for divorce yet. I told him that even if I paid the $175 filing fee to my attorney, she’d apply it to my DEBT I owe her, not toward a new motion. Or filing. Or whatever you call it.
Trust me – the papers are coming. And why can’t HE file? I don’t know the answer to that. I guess I could pay another $10 to SEND AND EMAIL to ask, but I’ll be seeing my attorney in court soon enough. I will pay my attorney, out of my settlement, and I will file for divorce. Nothing would make me happier.
Of course, my explanation for why it’s not already done isn’t the true one, according to him. He says that I want to suck on his insurance instead of doing the “right thing.”
He’s got a lot of nerve, telling me what the “right thing” to do could be. Ha.
Between you and me (and him and the light post), I’ve done everything I could to take care of as many lingering health issues as possible this past year. The last dental appointment is tomorrow – two grand, out of pocket, to crown some teeth and get 3 fillings since March. If I’d known I would have been able to “suck off” his insurance past our separation date, I wouldn’t have missed all those days at my NEW JOB – which I LOVE, by the way.
But, back to medical issues, the one thing I haven’t needed to charge to the awesome insurance coverage his job provides are anti-depressants. So, in essence, leaving him saved his insurance company money. It was the best thing that ever happened to TRICARE.
And do I need to remind anyone that the bulk of the reason he still has his job is because I signed papers that in effect said I would like to dismiss the domestic violence charge? (Justice vs. Right post from March 24, 2010)
Good. I feel better. Now I’m going to do my fricking homework! (YAY!! I have HOMEWORK!)