Saturday, February 25, 2012

A Leap of Faith

So here it is, the big news and the HUGE leap of faith Matt and I are embarking on, drum roll please, Matt quit his job to be a full time farmer and a mechanic on his own. We have partnered with a family friend and formed a repair shop to do lawn mowers, Ag equipment and everything in between. Now I would say the goal in 3-5 years was for Matt to stay home but the repair shop is something kind of new and by that I mean in the past 3 months or so. So here we are embarking on a new journey and I'm over the scared part. Now I'm excited for the possibilities that this will bring us.

Thank you Pinterest

On another exciting note I got the statements from my insurance company regarding all the blood work and the visit to Dr. S's office and things were covered! Almost $600 worth of tests and the office visit, completely covered!!!!! That is a huge relief to not have to worry about those bills because I'm positive they all won't be like this. I will take what I can get though.

We are going on a double date tonight with some friends for dinner and bowling, something we haven't done in awhile and I'm excited!


  1. That is so exciting about your husband's new career venture! Good for him (and lucky for him to have a loving wife to support him in reaching his goals!).

    That is great about your insurance covering the doctor's bills! I've made a few calls to get our appointments coded correctly so insurance will actually do what they are meant to do! I never thought we'd be spending this kind of money to GET pregnant...I thought the expensive part was supposed to come after the baby was born. Ugh!

  2. That is great news! Good luck with your full time farmer! (sounds like it should be a song!)

    Wonderful about the insurance. The Bird is right, sometimes you can get things re-coded for coverage. Hopefully it will continue this way- and I'm super hopeful you won't need to fanagle anything because you'll be pregnant soon! Have fun on your date!

  3. That is awesome! I grew up near the big city but surprisingly never felt quite comfortable until the hubs and I moved to a little New England farm town. There is something so innocent and honest about a farm. So excited for you guys! Can't wait to hear about all the new adventures!

  4. How exciting about the farming!! Good luck with that!!! And way good news about the insurance!!