We are also waiting for another phone call from the insurance company. We get a different story every time we or the outpatient rehab facility talks to them. There's currently about $12,000 of coverage in question for previous treatments plus possibly another month worth of therapy they won't cover too. We had per-approval for these therapies, but apparently it takes a while for all the paperwork to move through the system and when we were originally "approved" they didn't have all our prior claims yet, so they aren't wanting to stand by their pre-approval because they didn't know all we had already spent, in light of our contract limits.
I am still really struggling with teariness and dwelling on dark thoughts, but thanks to your fervent prayers and God's grace, I haven't totally melted down, crying and screaming at Rick, since Monday morning. The BPA is still just as out-of-control, but thankfully it has swung back in the general direction of laughter rather than tears. I laughed and laughed over the delema of our daughter's foot even though I did not think the situation was remotely funny. Still, better than tears. Hopefully the medication will start to balance out my brain chemicals in another week or two.
I'm still not hearing well. Often thinking sounds are coming from the room behind me when they are actually to my left. I think I'm hearing less well than before the surgery and don't think I can just blame it on post-op swelling anymore. :( I do seem to have healed better-than-expected from my surgery last week and for this I am very thankful!
It is a tie-together craft for younger kids to do as a classroom project, so yes I am trying to do it myself. (The handwriting looks messy, like it is done by a kindergartener, but hopefully it is large enough and clear enough that Kendra will still be able to read it even with double vision.) I'm calling it therapy. :)
Praise - we just learned our daughter's foot in badly sprained, she is on crutches, but it is not broken! No cast. :)
"Fix these words of mine in your hearts and minds; tie them as symbols on your hands and bind them on your foreheads." Deuteronomy 11:18