Well, my husband is bipolar and he overdosed his meds on Friday night so Saturday and Sunday he was non-functional with the mental age of a slow 6 year old, and could not do anything. It was very annoying, and he didn't want to go to the emergency room. I knew that he would come to his senses and want to leave in the middle of treatment. This would make the cost of the emergency room be twice the usual amount. So we kept him home and then on Sunday afternoon he finally agreed to see his regular doctor who wanted to send him to a psychartic hospital, but of course he didn't want to go. I have taken all the meds away from him and I give them to him as it is written on his medical file. He doesn't like this but, really, I don't care. He keeps trying to find them, but I have them hidden.
So I am in need of a good sign.
I was talking to my broker for the IRA and he was telling me that Phillip Morris Inc is working on new products that are not related to smoking and that was here my Great Uncle Herman had worked in the 1950's-1960's as a chemist. We as a family didn't like his work, but maybe now if he were still alive he would be very happy to work on this project. So my broker said that I could put some IRA funds into this. Right after that I found the the card Ace of Hearts on the floor. It was not there before. . .