Nothing terribly serious but enough to be there for a few days and to worry us.
Panic. Panic. I hate when he is sick and unfortunately this is not an irregular occurrence for him to be shuttling off to doctor appointments, going to urgent care, going to the emergency room, being admitted to the hospital. He didn’t marry me for my health insurance right?
The bills pile up and up. We try to stay on top of them and have done a good job. Sometimes we have to work out payment plans with doctors but we get by. We have started going to urgent care rather than the emergency room unless someone is unconscious or bleeding profusely from the head because it’s much cheaper and a shorter wait. But unfortunately there are those old bills from when he didn’t have insurance before we got married.
Money is just money. It comes and goes. I have to remember that it is like water and is sometimes a river and sometimes a stream. It is easy to get wrapped up in it but when I stop to think about priorities, it doesn’t win out.