ERIN, Get a Social Security Lawyer! That's what I did after TWO denials. It took me two years (counting from the time I started) but it was worth it. She (lawyer) took a small percentage of my settlement, which was retro from the time I became disabled (about
five years of monthly payments from the time I had to stop working at the hospital). It can be done. That's what some of these folks specialize in. Get on the phone.
I've been gone again and missing you guys. Had "bunion surgery" on Nov. 23 but it turned into a joint replacement. So much for simplicity, huh? That's the neat thing about
being "one of us", never a dull moment. Life is full of surprises. I'm blessed in that I was referred to one of the best podiatric surgeons in the state with a personality to boot! I love him. Even with an ugly "boot", stitches, and bandages the pain is gone. Gone, tell you. I forgot what it was like to walk and not scream at the same time. I lost about
a week of my life as I am about
the cheapest date in town and it took forever for the Morphine to get out of my system. Hubby had fun with my talking in my sleep and forgetting how I got from one room to another and why. Heehee. I'm still at home and not "babysitting" at the business. Get my stitches out tomorrow. My love to all, Boo