Well, I am pleased to report that it is now, finally
Yep, that's right - it only took me one year from the time I first posted (aka 14 months after the Blue Jay actually turned 19) to get this far.
But, hey, in my defence, I now have an actual COURT DATE. For next month.
I know, hard to believe, isn't it?
Although, also in my defence, the delay was not entirely my fault (she proclaims loudly, for all to hear).
One good thing that has come out of the process of applying for guardianship of the Blue Jay, on my own, is that I now definitely have a greater appreciation of the struggles faced by those families who choose to proceed unrepresented in a guardianship application (with the help of my Kit, of course).
Struggles such as having to coordinate affidavits between two different doctors. And, more importantly, having to find some
And, not just pro bono, but actually, like, willing to attend at the doctors' offices. Because, believe it or not, doctors do not attend at lawyers' offices. Oh no, lawyers attend at doctors' offices. And never the twain shall meet. Let's just be clear about that.
And hey, who knew? Besides the fun involved in actually figuring all that out, that can, in fact, take just a little bit of time.
But, at any rate, I am very pleased to announce that I have made it this far.
Particularly because, going forward, the matter really is pretty much out of my hands. We have a court date set, you see. Which means the day (only a few weeks hence) will dawn (whether I like it or not) and I will be completely prepared because, really, what choice do I have?
That's right ... it is now officially out of hands.
Which, really, come to think of it, is no doubt a very good thing.
** No, it may not be a DONE deed.
But I DID, indeed, get to the point where it is out of my hands.
So there. Take. That.