I want to write a happy blog today. But I can barely see the letters I’m writing. It’s much too bright. I can pick out the shapes of the letters so I know they are correct. But to actually see them clearly would be fab.
I ran an errand earlier. To the bank and then Target. I noticed I could barely read the street signs. Then when I saw the speed limit sign, I became quite unnerved.
Why? You ask. Because this is basically what I saw:
Than I got a call from my insurance company. Good news is, my Copaxone is covered. Bad news is, only 75%. Badder news, they only cover 30 days at a time. Badderer news, that means my portion of the payment is a whopping $647 and change for a 30-day supply. Which makes it almost $8,000 a year. Which is way more than I can afford. Period.
Blah. Blah. Dippity-freakin-do. Blah.
So to recap my day so far:
- I still can’t see. Probably should not be driving. Blah.
- My medicine is too expensive. I don’t know what I’m going to do. BLAH.
I hate this stupid disease. I wish it would just go away.