Now Playing: Day 659-The Final Road To Survival
Finally! Its been two in a row of better head days and boy! does it feel GREAT! Sure, its not been a completely head-free day but I am slowly learning to work through the flair-ups that come with my unique medical condition. Today has also been one of a few last days left working on final touches putting together new entertainment systems. Time to down size! I had a few garage sales over the past year so the nick knacks aren't as bad but I have some furniture that is just too large for the rooms. The two new entertainment systems take up a lot less room and now there is also less furniture to clean. BONUS!
A friend of mine helped me put together the entertainment centers however we hit a few snags trying to hook back up the DVD player. No need to rush, there is always tomorrow. I am also in the process of moving a new large recliner from the back bedroom to the living room since I now have plenty of extra space. Since the living room is where I sleep and where my couchbed is located I plan on making it the most comfortable place in the house! Amen. The new recliners are nice because the top part comes off however the latch got stuck so looks like that will have to also wait till tomorrow.
I got a letter from my insurance company stating I must now buy Medicare Part A by March 31st seeing they will no longer be my primary carrier. This is a huge change seeing I have never heard of an insurance company dictating that you must buy into your SSD Medicare part A benefits. I always had Medical Mutual as my main insurance carrier so why do I 'have' to buy Medicare Part A if I don't want to?..
WELCOME TO THE NEW YEAR 2012!
Looks like also welcome to a new world and new year of crappy medical insurance! I even contacted my insurance provider on why I must buy into Medicare since I am on a fixed income but you know insurance companies! They could care less if you can or can't afford it. All I know and was told by them is I won't be the first nor the last complaining and I have no other choice but to buy Medicare Part A which will now cost me an additional $99.99 a month. OUCH! If you think this is a joke I must sadly warn you that there are other insurance companies who are also making the same changes this year. Seems there are going to be a lot of unhappy people who are disabled who will be forced to leave their main insurance provider due to not being able to afford both. I am fortunate to have someone who offered to pay for my monthly premium. This will be just until I get a few other things situated with my life and some court forms filed.
Isn't it stressful enough just being sick? Now you have to be discriminated once again by of all people...Your medical insurance provider! Thank you Oreo! I couldn't had said it better myself! Hahahaha! If you ever wondered what life would be like if you were disabled or ended up with a Gastroparesis diagnosis then wonder no more! I am here to say if you don't do well with change then hold on tight because its going to be a very l o n g and bumpy GP ride. WHEW!
If you ever wondered what life would be like if you were disabled or ended up with a Gastroparesis diagnosis then wonder no more! I am here to say if you don't do well with change then hold on tight because its going to be a very l o n g and bumpy GP ride. WHEW!
Like I mentioned before there are many changes ahead for this gal but in the end they will make my life far more happier. Cheers to working hard and achieving all my personal goals!