Re: [IP] Quitting list
Some of us don't have it all. We take one day at a time. We try one step
at a time. Think positively, even if today looks grim, tomorrow may bring
a small solution or reward. Don't give up.
On Fri, Feb 14, 2014 at 8:45 PM, SomeoneSomewhere <email @ redacted> wrote:
> I will never get the right insurance. I am on SSI, I will never qualify
> for Medicare. Unless my state Medicaid makes a change of heart theres
> nothing I can do. I just got a home health RN after I was released from
> the hospital, the first words out out of her mouth was OMG where is your
> oxygen. I said I dont have any. She knows I am throwing up several hours
> nearly every day too. The last words of her mouth were "why dont you get a
> job". I called her boss the next day and fired her.
> I have 90% of what I own, furniture, unnecessities etc is for sale on
> craiglist and elsewhere. It's not selling. There's no point selling it for
> yard sale prices. That will get me no where for the money I need.
> I understand I don't have to leave and I joined knowing that it would be
> over a year and a half before I could save enough money to get a
> refurbished through the charles ray iii association. I was hoping to know
> it all by then. But right now it just hurts. All my bills went up nearly
> equaling what I was going to start saving when one bill was paid off next
> month and a half. Then my car. It's just too much.
> On 2/14/2014 6:07 PM, Melody Daniels wrote:
>> I hear your pain -- it took 15 years for me to get the right insurance to
>> able to afford a pump. But I was glad that during those years, pumpers in
>> various Internet news groups and chat lists let me listen in on their
>> conversations so I knew so much more when my big day came than I would
>> otherwise known. You can still hang around here, or you can rejoin
> > when your circumstances change. I hope it works out for you someday like
>> did for me. Wishing you the best.
>>> From: email @ redacted
>>> I am just writing a quick note to say I am quitting the list. I am so
>>> much farther from my goal to buying a pump than I was when I joined<
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