I find myself crying quite often lately – I’ve learned it’s all part of tearing down the granite walls I’ve built around my wounded heart.
This 2013 report is very telling. It gives me great hope.
Day 4 post ankle surgery and I’m doing well.
Ankle feels very, very good actually. Only pain occurs when I accidentally end up putting weight on it.
Emotionally I feel very hopeful……. I know all of this is in Her hands.
Ryan’s been terrific – he makes a GREAT turkey breast sandwich.
UPDATE Nov 23, 2013
My cast came off November 19. What a wonderful relief to bathe normally again!
I have a walking air boot I’m to wear for four weeks and then a brace for another three weeks.
I’ve also lost 14 pounds. Lots more to go but I’ll get there.
Since I’ve been laid off, I can’t afford the COBRA coverage now so I’ll be uninsured until I can get through the error code I received on the wahealthplanfinder.org application I submitted for Obamacare coverage.
Hopefully I’ll find a new job soon and will have health coverage there. Prayers for that please.
All of this is in God – I see it in so many ways. I’m just going with the flow and taking it day-by-day.
“When one goes against the flow, one ends up drowning.” Claudia Rose Martin
I so needed to hear this today. My one and only focus for the next four weeks is to heal. And that’s what I need to do.
Please include me in your prayers; both for healing as well as the discipline and strength to remain steadfast in my faith.
First, I miss all of you very much! It feels like a part of me has been abruptly chopped off. Each and every one of you taught me so much about both myself, and Life. I’m grateful our paths crossed.
After a few days spent in shock and grieving, I am beginning to feel like my old self again.
Losing one’s job means losing health coverage so …………….
I’ve been spending quite a bit of time trying to get my son’s Medicaid and Medicare coverage secured. That’s been my biggest worry. He’s been doing so well lately and it would be devastating to have him go without his seizure medications and risk sliding back to the tragic life he had a couple of years ago. I’m so grateful for the knowledge I’ve gained in my career that I can help him through this.
I’m also taking care of all of my health needs this month as well.
During my tenure, I had this prayer up on my cubicle wall. It was something I read to myself every single day, and incorporated in my email signature. Everything happens for a reason; I’ve always known that. I also know something wonderful is in store for me once my ankle surgery heals and I’m very excited for the future. Thank you again for sharing this part of my path.
“There’s been a reorganization and your position has been eliminated.”
With those words, my life changed dramatically (again) today. The last time anything like this happened was in 1989 when my husband moved out.
After feeling surrounded and engulfed with overwhelming darkness all day, I spoke with Claudia and by the time we finished speaking, I felt an overwhelming sense of awareness and light.
I AM A SURVIVOR
I will not judge myself in any way.
I am going to be fine and I’m going to come through this.
It is time for me to let go of the past and come out in a better place professionally.
Those who need help navigating our system need me and I WILL be there for them.
For quite some time now, I’ve known I needed to do something more than just work for a health insurance company. I’ve seen first hand the incredible difficulty people have navigating our health system. I’ve personally experienced this difficulty time and time again – the most recent last week when I had to explain to Ryan’s new Medicare plan how to handle my request for an appeal for coverage of his medications.
Today, Wednesday, my position was eliminated and I’m faced with a wonderful opportunity to find my true destiny.
This is going to be fun.