I see a lot of apps and services that were once one-time payments or free to consumers moving to a monthly subscription model. While I understand this makes sense for the sustainability of development what I don’t think people think about when they decide to go this route is that, even if the subscription is only $5/mo, that’s $60/yr. If you multiply that by several apps and service, you’re now easily wracking up hundreds of dollars a year in subscriptions.
They added a new little friend to Mac’s class. Unfortunately with the current regulations regarding dropoff and pickup I am going to be unable to get to know the parents or child as I was able to do with the other little boy in his class but hopefully it won’t turn out to be a third-wheel sort of situation as Mac and J have had the past year to build up rapport and this new little boy is coming into an existing comfort zone that the two of them have already carved out.
My husband is healing nicely and is able to do most of the things he was able to do before. He’s actually able to lay on his right side with no pain now.
Mac started the new “school year” in his therapy program. His little friend from last year is in the same group with him this year despite the complete change in schedule and having all new therapists. It’s nice that he has another little boy he’s already familiar with to interact with in sessions.
On August 1, 2020, my husband’s grandfather passed away. My mother-in-law is the executor of his estate. On August 3rd my husband went down to the house, which is almost an hour away from where we live, with his mother to help her try to find and organize the paperwork necessary to begin the process of getting the estate in order and executing the will. Upon arrival there was a verbal altercation with my husband’s cousin, the daughter of my mother-in-law’s late sister, who had been staying at his grandfather’s house.