So many frustrations this week!

Trying to get petcare lined up for an upcoming trip, 

trying to get info about altering/changing fidecomisos, 
trying to get FM renewals started,
trying to find garden/mozo help,

trying to design sprinkler system with available pieces and parts,

trying to get the printer to work,
trying to keep 2 dying/malfunctioning computers going,
trying to be patient waiting for people who say they will come or call and don’t, thereby WASTING MY TIME!!!!

trying to keep spayed puppy calm and quiet,
trying to finish a book so I can write a review for a friend,

trying not to be so seriously upset over the DAMN elizabethan collar puppy must wear breaking down the cartilage in her perky funny ears,   now she’s just all droopy broken eared,

trying to pay property taxes,

trying to deal with crazy ass banking restrictions caused by drug cartels and money laundering,

trying to keep temporary filling in recent root canal in place till crown appointment,
trying to maintain contact and set up rendezvous’ with friends,

trying not to be angry and upset over everything…..








About Debi in Merida

I moved from Colorado Springs, Colorado USA to Merida, Yucatan, MX in January 2006. I love to read, garden, travel, and hang out with friends.
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  1. Tom and Debi says:

    oh, and petsitting all arranged, see its good to have friends!

  2. Tom and Debi says:

    OK – thanks all for your comments. Sometimes things just seem overwhelming and you have to let it out!
    So migratory process is started, book reading coming along nicely, contacts made for gardening, sprinkler, tree cutting (waiting on price), spraying for bugs is scheduled, printer now working, computers still a mess; thinking about getting a mac as a desktop and an ipad for …well for fun,
    taxes paid, puppy incision healed, bank work arounds in place, puppy ears still bent, tooth still a problem but appt in just over a week, trying to figure out when having lots of friends became a frustration?, and absolutely nothing to be done about other peoples issues with keeping appointments, except allow them 1/2 hour leeway then go on about your day.
    OK so all is now good in the hood!
    Thanks buddies!


  3. Hola Debi,I hear you guys are having noise pollution problems from a Sala de Fiesta. I'm having similar problems, would like to talk with you, maybe we can help each other? Jim Smiley Mondochuck at AOL dot Com

  4. suk says:

    Deligated to Tom, that is husband duty, if y are in charge that is your deal. My mom thought me such wise thing, tell your husband, I do not know anything about fixing, problems solve, I am simple mind, I paid somebody fix my problems. So he will do it also he wants control everything except my mind, my will, so let him have, enjoy. I do not need it. I have enough problems @ work. I am a his follower, it is ok. Someday, I will be in charge the way what I want. Marriage is not easy & it is getting harder bc man is getting old, angry so easy, demanding more, no matter what I do I can't make him happy so ce la be. So take med or drink more & relax. That is the reason I am not sure retiring Mexico. Maybe Korea. Haha, Walter FM 3, hope he got it, even he hired agent pay extra money I am not sure he got it, today, he is home next Tuesday & he got to work on new house & moving, our couple, ready for fire in the oil. All his dream, I am his follower, he said I am not doing anything, yes, that is true. I do not doing anything. What can I say, nada. Good luck debi.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Hey if you need pet sitting let us know…we owe you guys big time.


  6. EJ Albright says:

    And now you're “trying” my patience. Try to get all this stuff taken care of before I come down, okay? I insist upon seeing you only in the best of spirits.

    You have my permission to punch Tom, if that helps.

    — Josh

  7. Nancy says:

    There must be something in the air…we are haveing a week from hell as well…just not as many issues 😉 Hope it all works out soon!!

  8. Steve Cotton says:

    Wow. Sounds like the perfect recipe for a nice nap. Of course, I think nuclear war would be a good excuse for a nap.

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