She is currently being assessed and apparently it may cost quite a bit to get her back to her old self. I have to wait until the luthier can do a full check on her and write up a quote on what it will cost to repair her; but his initial response was that it could cost up to $5000 dollars - Ye Gods. When the insurance company sees that they may decide that they will not pay that and opt for the replacement option instead.
I am hoping that it won't cost that much in the end and the insurance will cover it all. I have checked our content policy and I think it is covered, but I will have to wait until the paper work goes through before I can now for sure.
And in the meantime; I am going to have to look into hiring a cello until Lily is fixed because my music exam is on the 27th August and it will not wait, and there is no way Lily will be ready in time. I get the feeling it could be a long road to recovery for her.
Thanks for all your kind words. They really helped when I was feeling down.
In other news - Day Five of Sugar Free
Wow, it actually easier and harder at the same time:
- Easier because I am no longer fighting the sugar cravings
- Harder because when a workmate offered me a lolly today I almost forgot and NEARLY had one, I remembered in time and it really wasn't anything to turn it down.