3/27/17 ftf, wren

Had a quiet weekend with some good early morning hikes, some reading and a good bit of housecleaning.  I’ve lately become fascinated with the documentary depression-era photographs of several American artists, most particularly Dorothea Lange, and so I spent a lot of time engrossed with those.  My insurance statement from the first surgery and hospitalization arrived.  Without the insurance, it would have cost over $15,000, but because of my coverage, the cost to me was $0.  I’m very grateful to have that insurance, that’s for sure.  Now it’s back to the work world.

morning

meditate

happy dog time!

cardio


 

work day

e-mail

calendar

am catch up meeting

pay state tax

follow up on amaranth payment

follow up on pams rebudget

Suven forgiveness of reimbursement

draft budget 1

draft budgets 2 & 3

Suven uTRAC

Crezenumab forgiveness of reimbursement

Crezenumab uTRAC

A5 uTRAC

A5 forgiveness of reimbursement

Eisai uTRAC

Eisai forgiveness of reimbursement

phone job candidate

p card documentation

Roche Final Invoice (due before 7/21)

mail SUVN reimbursement forgiveness (need name)

Janssen – MRI quote

Eisai – rad quotes

Eisa – negotiate

Janssen – negotiate

Crenezumab – negotiate

adjunct appt for Troy

updated FFR (4/1)

complete first RATS class

after work

therapy

read

sleep

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Comments on: "3/27/17 ftf, wren" (2)

  1. Eeee. The need for insurance to avoid those kind of bills is terrifying! o_O How are you feeling now all the treatment is over? You still need to be kind to yourself – don’t we all?! – and continue recuperation xx

    • You’re so right. And that was just the bills for one surgery! I haven’t added up the total cost for all of the doctor’s visits, surgeries, procedures and radiation but imagine it wouldn’t be something I could afford without insurance.

      I’m feeling much better, thanks, although still tiring easily. The radiation nurse told me the fatigue would probably last for a few months. She said that people who have surgery, radiation and chemo can take a full year to return to their normal levels of energy. But you’re right – there’s no need to wait until we’re sick to practice self care. 🙂

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