I signed up for some schools for the Army without realizing that if I went, I'd be missing out on my nieces first birthday. The niece who's birth I missed because I was...get this, in training. That wasn't really in my control, but this was. I wish I would have realized what I'd done before I signed. Now I'm secretly hoping I get denied and I have to go to a later course.
The Army can be so inconvenient. Except last night, I decided to take a little peak at my bank account. Looking at my bank account is something I dislike doing. It hurts my heart and gives me anxiety to see so little money and so many bills. I have this delusion, that if I just don't look the money problems don't exist.
And I'm pretty sure that I'm not the only one.
Well anyway, as I was saying, I look a little peak. AND THERE WAS SO MUCH MONEY! Okay. So when I say 'so much' I mean much more than I expected to see. I expected about $100 and I say $XXXX. real life. That many figures. After waiting since July to get my bonus from the Army. Some of my paperwork got screwed up, so I got it all at once.
I gots MONEY IN THE BANK. Ma boy asked me "What are you gonna do?" I replied as cleverly as I could with "It looks pretty happy in my bank account. I think I'll leave it there."
The Army, while it's a pain in my bum sometimes and super inconvenient, it makes can really make me happy.
Katie @ Chalk it up to Better Luck