Warning: there will be foul words in this post. I don't use them often, but this is just the final straw. Venting ahead... As you, my friends, know, this Summer has been hell. Things got even "hotter" yesterday with the delivery of a letter from social security - and it wasn't the kind of letter… Continue reading A Kick In The Face
Today I want to share something very special with you - a letter my daughter, Rhiannon, wrote to the Social Security Disability Appeals Council, about growing up with a sick mom, and the changes over the last couple of years. She has quite the voice, my daughter. by Rhiannon To whom it may concern: I… Continue reading Guest Post: Rhiannon Tells It Like It Is – to the SSDI Appeals Council
Today is the annual International Day of Visibility for people living with "invisible illness." Today is our day to be visible. To share our stories and help people understand, that just because you don't look sick, it doesn't mean you aren't. It's something I think about every time we go to town or do any… Continue reading June 6th: Day of Visibility!
There have been a number of questions friends have been asking that haven't gotten answered, so here goes, in no particular order: Disability: I have appealed my Disability rejection to the highest level in Social Security, about two months ago. They can take a long, long, time to rule on things, apparently - up to… Continue reading In Which I Explain and Complain a Lot
So we went to winchester and saw the attorney today. We stopped and shopped a little on the way home because Rhiannon still doesn't have a winter coat, and I wanted to look at phones at Verizon - my 2 years are up and I'm looking at a replacement with a bigger screen. Now, I'm… Continue reading Saw the lawyer…so tired…
got a chance to look at saturday's mail and in it was rejection number 2 from social security. No reason was really given. They ddidn't wait for the sleep study repoort which wasn't finished until december. I told her it was being done. Whatever. I have already called the attorney Brian used but they were… Continue reading disability