Thursday, January 21, 2010

S#!T floats...

last night we went swimming…we all love it…I love walking with Maddie in the lazy river and watching her smile…I love watching Max jump off the side and going down the big yellow slide…I love watching Chad with our children...it is such a great feeling…funny how in those moments…Maddie is “normal” and I forget all there is to think about…naturally as we are in the water poop floats by…I was grossed out an disappointed we had to leave…little did I know my fragile little world would be again full of “SHIT”...insurance companies SUCK! First another bill saying we have not met our deductible…REALLY…Maddox is a million dollar baby and we have not met are deductable! interesting…since I have not heard from them in 3 months…and when we go in for her check up…they start this….I think I have that taken care of everything…NO…the nurse from the insurance company calls to check on us…WHY…do they have a nurse that is so sad…she has no idea what I am talking about with Maddox…she has never heard of EA or TEF…lady! get on the internet and do some research then call me…and do I tell her everything or not…she does work for them and I do not trust them…then I get another call from them…saying again I have not hit catastrophic…I reiterated my case...NOPE! so I say send us everything...so I can go against all my bills and records of payment…I told them I will fight…I am sure they do not care...I am a little person in Wyoming and they are big insurance…thanks MA now my fight with insurance will not change or get better…this is how my world works…shit just keeps floating by…

2 comments:

  1. I'm sorry that it is so hard right now. I wish I knew what to say...*hugs*

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  2. Look for help! Where I leave, there is an organization that has lawyers to help parents with kids with different abilities when cases like this happens. I think that it is an organization that just works where I leave, but I will contact a friend, she may have more info. I will keep praying for you and your family. After the storm, the calm always comes.

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