Thursday, March 6, 2014
Today, I got a call from my apartment complex office, demanding information on my renter's insurance.
What business is it of theirs whether or not I have insurance on my belongings?
Turns out that back in December 2012 they implemented a new policy requiring all residents to have renters insurance. Of course, they never bothered to get around to notifying all of the current residents that there was a new policy which affects us. The office crew are reviewing all the accounts this month, and calling people who have "failed to supply the proper paperwork". How can I supply information I had no knowledge was required?
I'm no fool; I've had renters insurance since the day I moved in. Now I have to find my policy to see what coverage amounts I have, and because this "new" policy of theirs requires minimum coverage amounts, if I don't meet the minimums I will have to buy more insurance. Oh, joy.
I'd like to say that I'm sick of all the things the apartment complex springs on the residents in a retroactive fashion, but sick isn't quite a strong enough word.
I REALLY need to get my house-buying ball rolling faster!
And win the lottery so I don't need a mortgage. ;-)
Monday, December 9, 2013
Tuesday, August 13, 2013
|Jonesy on Monday evening at the overnight Vet's office.|
Monday, August 12, 2013
This is how he looked at the regular vet this morning, after I had picked him up from the Emergency Vet where he spent the night. The Emergency Vet gave him the awesomely cute bandana. He didn't seem to mind having that on his neck. What bothered him was the IV line thing wrapped around his leg.
He's at the regular vet all day for more tests, including ultrasounds of his kidney and heart. Then he has to spend the night in the ER again so they can keep giving him fluids and monitoring him.
Tomorrow we should know more about what's causing his issues, and if its fixable.