Danielle...I don't have health insurance either...lost it when we moved from VA to NY. IT does bite especially when both hubby and I are in our early 60's and very uninsurable. (Unless we can afford $1600 a month for the most basic plan). Thankfully the hubby plays tennis with a bunch of doctors and they help us out when they can...I get Lexapro samples etc. Most states have County Health Departments that charge on a sliding scale...do you have such a thing where you live?
BTW, hubby teaches accounting for three universities. I can go for nothing and sat through exactly 15 minutes of one class. Holy Cwap! I commend you for being able to look at all those numbers and not have your brain shut down. If you looked at my check book you'd have a stroke. I like to round things off.
And no...with all the schools he teaches for, none of them give him enough classes at one time to qualify for health insurance. And that's the way they like it, uh, huh, uh huh! This so called bail out plan/stimulus package is not going to affect us one bit either. But...it is going to save the long haired swamp shrew in NC and give the folks who can afford to go to Disney Land a rail system to get to Vegas.
fibro, menieres disease, RLS, anxiety disorder, disc compression, scoliosis, spinal stenosis TMJ Meds: Lexapro and valium