Rosie, the move won't affect my business at all. In fact, now this is funny, most of my wedding clients for this year are in this quadrant of the city I'm moving to! They'll be thrilled because they might not have to drive from here to eternity to get their pictures! I currently live in the extreme south east end of the city, and we need to move the extreme north west end. So it's a big move. It will be about the same distance for hubby to get to work. He works downtown, so the commute on the train is about the same.
Lynnwood, I totally agree with you! It is soooo important to our mental and physical well being to be close to our doctors. It's not always possible, but if you can make it work like that, it's wonderful. I'm absolutely DONE with the excessive distances I'm doing all the time. We'll take the move real slow and gentle, and during my less busy time of year for sure! Thanks for the hugs. I need them!
Carol, hahaha, I know God won't throw me to the wolves. That's funny though. Sometimes I wonder if I'm already their play toy, LOL. I'm still feeling the shock of finding out that she's leaving. I have had her for my pcp for 7 years now. Almost the entire time of my diagnosis.
So here's the scoop on that new chronic illness clinic. I MUST have a north west address to be a patient. They only cater to the north west part of the city. (Calgary is divided into quadrants). So I will need to have an actual address before they accept me. The other clincher is that if there is a replacement doctor at my current clinic, I have to stay with them. No matter how much I don't want to. This new clinic will only take people who have no other options. I'm hooped. There will be a replacement doctor at my current clinic. Just don't know who they are yet. So the move to that end of the city is still planned. Regardless of the clinic location, everyone is in that northwest part of the city anyway. So the move will be handy no matter what. PLUS, with the sale of our home, we can take a chunk of the profit and pay off all out debt!!! We'll be debt free! We'll still have a huge downpayment for the next home too. It's an excellent plan. I wish we were more excited about it. We built this home and it's our baby. We've only been in it for 2 years. So this is all bitter sweet right now. I'm getting on the internet to look at houses this afternoon.
I can do anything through Jesus Christ who strengthens me. I have learned in whatever state I am in,to be content. Phillipians 4:11-13
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