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kam
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JUst writing my to do list here because I am so scrambled lately. Input is appreciated since I am only using one piston most days.

1. Need to decide today whether to move to senior apartments with section 8 HUD housing.

...Will be filling out paper work Monday. Unit will be ready the end of month. Will not go into details as why decision was made but the 5 or 6 police cars here again last night kind of helped nudge me to the other place along with other factors.

2. Would like to see if they will put me back on the list as moving just seems like too much for my health right now.

..no need to take the opportunity now.

3. NEed to resolve issue of having a lyme doc that is out of network doc. Insurance will not allow it. But, what is the consequences if I continue to see lyme doc until I can get him approved for out of network doc or find a doctor that takes insurance and will treat lyme.

4. NEed to contact doc in Mesa again about how he treats lyme.

5. Need to go to meeting for lyme support group this month and meet doc who treats bartonella and see if he will agree to help. Think I Have called his office before and been told that they will not help because they sign a contract with the insurance stating they will not see a patient if they are not in their network.

Think I called to see if they would be willing to be an out of network doc but received no answer.

Also thinking it is wasted energy to ask insurance company to approve an out of network doc. They have denied my lyme doc, denied ketek, denied sleep meds, denied provigil.

Need to follow through on getting provigil through the needymeds or other web site I went to.

I think one site is sending me an application because I could not print it out on this computer.

I need to call the other site again.

And I need to go to the other sites web site as I did call and they gave me a web site.

I think these sites will either provide the meds or allow me to get them at a discount.

STill need to decide what to do about getting sleep. Will bring list of sleep aids from other posts to doc and see if she can help with any of those or if the insurance will pay for them.

Need to figure out how to get outdoor chair fixed.

Need to hear from work disability whether it was approved or not. SEnt message earlier this week regarding the matter. Last I heard it was in review and I should hear something by the middle of April.

Need to get insurance quotes for liability on 93 Nissan Pathfinder.

Need to get form for handicap license so doc can sign.

Neet to get imitrex or some other migraine meds from doc.

Bigest issue is getting the help with lyme back on track. Do I change primary docs?

Do I cancel insurance all together so I don't have the stress of seeing my LLMD against their rules. What is the consequences?

Righ now need two excedrin. The brain feels like it is swollen again.

Need to contact LLMD to make an appointment to see him.

Then need to figure out how I am going to get there.

6. Find prescription for isocort and cordimmune from lyme doc to give to section 8 people.

7. Need to get help with packing, moving and unpacking.

8. Need to have that window of opportunity where I can fill in the forms for the new apartment or have someone fill them in for me.

9. Need to call senior van to take me there Monday. (closed today call back mon)

10. LIke to send card to Rita whose service dog died.

11. Find confronting lyme book and get it back to library before due date or extend due date.

11. Need to send note to Enge re: change of address and thank you for household help.

[ 06. April 2007, 04:09 PM: Message edited by: kam ]

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kam,
with that kind of to-do list, ANYONE would feel like they are working only with one piston!

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[bonk] [bonk] [bonk] [bonk]

what about putting them in hard medium and easy categories and then decide what you are up to doing that particular day?

senior or section 8 housing sounds like it could be a money saver. i say go for it since you need to decide today. are they wheelchair accessible?

geesh...i'm sending you some good thoughts and hope you can tackle things one step at a time.

you are a mighty strong woman..that i know for sure.
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Hopeful,

Organization is such a big obstacle for me since coming down with this.

I start a book with a to do list. Then, get a special offer for a daytimer and go with it and try it, then go to the computer.

The computer actually works best for me because I can type lying down.

Then I put in the daytimer what I would like to accomplish for today.

Hard, easy or medium..good idea.

Today needs to be easy. Hoping to be able to do the laundry today. IT has been at least 3 weeks.

I can do a little, rest while it is washing or drying and then do a little more. Putting laundry away is more challenging and I usually need help in that department.

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my brain is scrambled a little right now. So, I will type out what is on my mind and then come back later and see how I can join the two lists.

1. Need to write on calendar to do a follow up on telemedicine with Dr. H's office.

...decided to make an appointment for in person instead. But, will discuss telemedicine at the appointment.

2. Need to contact insurance for transportation to water therapy.

..don't need to do this. My friend is bringing her old car to me Sunday. I'll see how I do driving myself first. I think if I take the back roads I will be just fine.

3. Need to find prescription for isocort and cordimmune for section 8

..found isocort

4. Need to contact other web sites and numbers about possibility of getting provigil

5. Need to find section 8 form and get it to sr apartments.

..found one form

6. Need to find ssi letter and get it to senior apartments.

7. Would like to put more laundry away.
...hurray. Housekeeper helped with that today.

8. Would like to put dishes away.

...housekeeper did that today too.

9. Need to contact insurance companies for quotes on 93 Nissan Pathfinder. Liability only.

Ok Brain is beginning to hurt. Time to veg.

[ 11. April 2007, 01:36 PM: Message edited by: kam ]

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hey kam,

how is it going? did you have your phone appt w. dr. h? let us know what's up. okay? [kiss]

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Oh boy! I'm overwhelmed.
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Hopeful, thanks for reminding me. I called and made a physical appointment with lyme doc.

When I talked to him the first of March. He said he wanted to see me in person next time.

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