Good news for me! The cardiologists office was aware that insurance was refusing to cover my medications. Because my old doctor had retired, no one in the office knew why. I told them what the old cardiologist had told me. The nurse on the other side of the phone answer to my answer was, “well they are not nice!” LOL– yea, well, that’s life! Or as I said when I was a kid, “that’s how the ball bounces…”
Either way, the doctors office has given 2 weeks worth of samples to hopefully last until they can get insurance to pay for the medication. I guess, we will see. It could be we’ll find out that taking the really good new medication is just putting off the inevitable for awhile–that I’ll still end up on the 2nd best medicine. But, I guess, I’ll wait the two weeks and see what happens… right at the moment, I have nothing to loose.
So, it will take a few days for me to get my strength back. I had reached the point where I really couldn’t even bring in an armful of groceries from the car. So, while I am recouping, I will concentrate on my classes.
I have discovered that My Heritage is letting people use their colorizer software for free, right from their homepage. You upload a black and white photo, and seconds later, literally,
they show you a colored photo. The software is not perfect, occasionally it doesn’t get a hand or an ear. Then the coloring is so poor the that person looks as if they have a dead hand or ear. But, all in all, I can’t complain. This same job done by hand using photoshop would have taken me hours!! Give it a try, while you can! The photo here is a colorized b&w photo. Looks good to me!
Take care!! Stay home, and stay safe!! Peg