It happened a block from a pharmacy so I went in and got one of those giant bandaids with antibiotic built in so at least it wouldn't rub on my pants and kept on going. I was pretty sure that sitting through the movie was a bad idea but I was there so what the hell. When the movie was over, I had no trouble walking. Yeah! I stopped and got a hot dog and then walked on home but, I walked too fast or something because beside hitting wall about 4 blocks from home, by the time I got here I was out of breath and in major oooowie mode.
Now I have rested for a bit and can breathe but my hip and foot are in a world or hurt when I get up and try to use them.
I was looking for an excuse to blow off swimming tomorrow morning and I think I have found it. I miss my old Saturday pool. The backup pool is getting old fast.
Betty and Zoe were happy to see me when I got home and everything's under control. Zoe is currently enjoying my neck in a fine snuggle fest. Betty is on the ottoman trying to figure out if she cares. She is not the face/neck snuggling type. If she cuddles in my lap, we call it good. Zoe burrows - into my neck, into my face, into my armpit.
I just got a note back from my insurance company. Three months worth of two of my inhalers will cost me $1,660. I have enough of each to last til the end of May. Thankgod, I stocked up under my old insurance. I also wanted to wait until I had my annual doctor visit - mid-May - to reorder so that, too, is going to work out.
The part of my deductible that I pay out of pocket is $1,225 so it won't take long to put that to rest and since I am reimbursed for all but 20% up to $5000, it looks like as long as I don't get sick, I'll be able to manager ok. This time next year, I'll be heading into medicare which will make it all easier (I hopetogod).
I think I'll think about something else and knit some bear.