Proving it is possible to be tense and lazy at the same time.
Oh NO! That is QUITE alot. Did you open them? I know because I think I have been getting the same type of envelopes for almost two years.
Here come all the ultrasound/transfusion bills! At least three-fourths will have scary inaccuracies: for example, saying that your insurance has rejected the claim, when it just hasn't paid it yet. There will be tears and adrenaline and large checks written.
Those are the envelopes that will make you wish for a split second that you were still an active duty family who never saw a medical bill!
Well, DUH, the medical bill guess is OBV a more accurate guess than my original guess: which was grad school rejection letters.I have a dear friend who EVERY DAY kept getting a rejection letter from the SAME PLACE. There must have been some computer glitch, but man, after awhile it was like OKAY YOU DONT WANT ME SHUT THE FUCK UP ABOUT IT. This happened for about 3 months. Every. Day.
Bills...Bills...Bills!!! We are still getting bills from LUKE's birth. We call and tell them to quit wasting paper and that our insuarnce will cover it. Then they say they will fix the problem and yet the next month we get another bill!
BILLS! and EOB's soon to follow!
Christmas cards?Birth announcements?
ok, last one was missing some words and didn't make ANY sense!!Damn, as jealous as I am of you and John being out of this life and living somewhere for a while, I do not envy that part of it!!!
I don't think I'd want those active duty medical folk who "helped" with Becca's birth working on this baby.
A medical bills...holy shit!
Um, medical bills? I hope not!
Post a Comment