She is 82 and had been healthy until her husband died a year ago... moreShe is 82 and had been healthy until her husband died a year ago. Since then, she has had on illness after another. Now she had a TIA and shows brain abnormalities. SShe lives alone.
Please pray for her that her brain scan shows nothing serious.
Rainy today with thunderstorms, too wet to work in the garden. B... moreRainy today with thunderstorms, too wet to work in the garden. Babs is right, the gardens need to dry out.
I went up to the hospital to pick up an Rx. Getting narcotics necessitates that you pick it up in person and take it in person to be filled. The had dr's appintment, Visiting Nurse came, then did some laundry and cleaned as much as I could, took a rest and did my crossword puzzles.
The woman who cuts my hair not only brought me a pot roast, she also called and sent a Get Well card. Truly a kind and loving person.
I will stop here because all I have to write about is medical stuff. I am thinking of all of us here who are struggling, emotionaly, financially and with health problems. And that includes every one of us, I guess.
I do love this board where we all can come for help, comfort and just to share our days.
I don't post much here any more, so most of you don't know me, s... moreI don't post much here any more, so most of you don't know me, so hello! :)
My kids are all grown with the "normal" set of obligations like mortgages, car payments and credit card bills, but one of them has had a lot of medical bills and that's really hurt. Even with good insurance, the bills piled up.
How would you deal with that? I mean, there's such a thing as medical bankruptcy, but it's not to that point; it's just a big drain on their finances. Any advice I can pass on?
I hate to see this happening to them. less
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