I had a busy day today - among other things I put away a 7-box order. And all of this on 3 hours sleep last night. Express Scripts can't find one of my prescriptions that was sent to them in February. So I was up past 3:30. The problem has been taken care of.
I called Joe's office this morning about the prescription and Kim called me back. I feel so bad - they hadn't heard about your death. They had heard that you were doing better, and assumed you were home and up and around by now. I apologized for assuming Goshen would notify them. I should have learned better by now.
The mail had good news and bad news. The good news is that between Anthem and Allstate, all of the ambulance bills are finally paid. The bad news is that there is another creditor beating our bushes for assets. I'll go through the usual letter routine with them. With the next round I'll probably have to involve Galen.
And speaking of lawsuits, I heard from my Allstate case rep this morning. He still doesn't expect this to ever go to court, and says I'm holding up exceptionally well. I've tried to tell him that it's just entertainment for me. A year ago I'd have needed sedation for this. Now, you're gone and nothing on this planet matters anymore. We really have no assets. That's one thing cancer does to you - you get an assetectomy. I have good legal counsel, and will leave it to them.
It was a chilly day today - only reached 90. A good time was had by all. We'd love some rain with this. Please keep praying for all the areas dealing with drought. And pray for me. And pray for all the people that are dealing with me. I'm still a bit scatty. But I'm still me, and that person loves you forever and ever!