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$23.37

April 11th, 2019 at 05:53 am

That's what I paid this morning for surgery-related services. If only it would stay that way!

It looks like the really big costs have been processed and picked up by insurance. I know that more will trickle in, but it's kind of a relief to see those big amounts wiped out.

I still think the big costs for me will be the copays for home nursing visits and and physical therapy.

No visits today. My big event is that I'll wash my hair.

Oh yes, I did get my car back yesterday. Not that I need it -- but I will no longer get calls about moving it off their lot.

3 Responses to “$23.37”

  1. Dido Says:

    Glad the big expenses have been picked up!

    I finally received a bill from the provider for PT services that I received from mid-January thru mid-February. The insurer had told me that I owed over $1,200 but I was relieved to see that, based on my agreement with the provider, which had me expecting to pay $800 ($100 x 8 sessions), my bill in the end is just under $755.

    By the way, your online name is "Carolina Bound" and I went back and read a few of your first entries in which you indicated an intent to retire to Carolina and move in with a cousin, but I know you're still in the mid-west. Is Carolina still your ultimate plan or will you be staying put? Just curious!

  2. CB in the City Says:

    Well, I've been here a long time! I did retire early and moved to NC, but I only stayed there a couple of years. When the economy tanked, I had to go back to work, and I had to move to do that. The nature of my field was such that I could only find work in big cities or university towns. I was in a small town with no options. Carolina also turned out to be an unworkable long-term solution -- too many lifetstyle and values differences with my cousin, and I was too far away from my kids, and feeling like I was missing everything! I worked for six years here in the Midwest before retiring for the second time, and I'm very happy I made the move back.

    When I moved back, I changed my blog name to CB in the City. I don't know why the old name appears in some places.

  3. Dido Says:

    Thanks for filling in the back story, CB!

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