The W-2's from my employer came today - already opened and taped shut, with the short note, "opened by mistake" on the envelope. I guess one of my neighbors now knows what I made on my job last year. I don't care too deeply, but I still sort of hope it wasn't one of the neighborhood gossips.
Velveeta "cheese food" has made its last appearance at our house. My wife uses no fillers of any kind in her macaroni and cheese, yet today's version seemed to have as much filler in it as cheese. It's always contained cellulose (from wood fiber), which didn't bother me, but when it starts tasting like the yellow slop served by Golden Corral, it's time to look elsewhere for cheese.
Something has changed with my Medicaid provider and They won't continue approval for my Eliquis without reprocessing the whole thing. This after I've been on it for four months. Thankfully, my doctor has given me some samples to use. Bureaucrats should have to live the same way that they force other people to live!
My tests last week showed that my heart is staying the same, and not improving. Since it's currently only working at 30% efficiency, my heart rate is high, and I'm in near constant A-Fib, they scheduled me for a defibrillator to be implanted in early February. I'm not really concerned, but my wife is worried. She lost her first husband to cancer and I guess she wasn't planning on parting with my charming self just yet.
I'm having little luck selling some of the things I've currently got posted for sale on some Facebook sale sites and the local buy-sell-trade paper. Since some items are still usable to me for certain things, I believe I'll quit advertising them, rather than have some guys try to get me to pay them to take things off my hands (an exaggeration, but not by much).
One guy just called wanting an item. I'll meet him tomorrow and buy a few groceries with the proceeds. The Lord always seems to pull just enough out a hat to keep us afloat. I'm glad He's on our side! © 2016