Shirley hugssssss. I happen to be on Social Security, so I understand. For the first 60 dollars they can not touch. After that, its 1 dollar to ever 2 dollars made. With math, you can figure out with the current wage on how many hours of work they can do. Appeal, and say his hours just got cut back. As he is in the hospital, and hasn't been working it very well might be doable. And your husband can request less hours. I am so sorry social security does this to you both, I know they can be a pain in the tushie. You sure have a lot on your plate. A tumor is scary, trust me I know. I have one in my left eye. Surgery isn't the only option. I do chemotherapy. I did radiation too for awhile. In some patients, radiation and chemotherapy can be given at the same time to shrink the tumor then it becomes operable. The thing that keeps me going is family, friends, "adoptive family" (hint everyone lol), and mostly important God. I know God will not put me through what I cant go through, and He will never leave my side. Phillippians 4:13 is one of my favorite verses. "I can do all things through Him who gives me strength." And you always have us, each one of us to lean on. Huggggssss honey.
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