Watermelon Popsicles and Horrible Pharmacies

So I found watermelon popsicles, they’re not the real deal, but I’ll take it. Maybe I’ll find time to make real watermelon popsicles. Oh, I love anything watermelon. They definitely helped me today, because I couldn’t keep anything down. The coolness of the frozen lollies down my scratched up throat was excellent.

But then my day was ruined by a pharmacy that will go unnamed. Last time I filled this prescription, I got it at a certain price, and that’s why I had gone to that pharmacy. I go today, and it’s like twice as much. I don’t understand why this is the case. It’s the exact same medicine, same tier, everything.

It boggles the mind that people don’t think we need to revamp our insurance. Now, I try not to get into arguments or debates with anyone, because everyone has the right to their own opinion, and they arrived at that opinion somehow, and I’m not going to try and change your mind. Besides, everyone knows that changing minds is really hard to do.

Is the Healthcare Affordable Act perfect? No, not even close. But it’s baby steps in the direction it should be going. To ask for a complete overhaul in one go is a lot of ask of us. But I can’t wait until January 1, 2014 when pre-existing conditions don’t prevent you from getting insurance any more! It’s really stressful when you have to follow the job to keep the insurance, which means moving a lot. While I don’t usually mind it, when I start having a family, I’m not going to want to put my family through that. So I am very happy for that part of the act. I believe everyone has a right to good healthcare insurance.

As far as what and how we do that, I haven’t the foggiest idea. That’s why I vote people into office, because I couldn’t do that job. Has anyone noticed how quickly the Presidents seem to age once they get into office?

Think about it, President Obama was a young whippersnapper when he first came into office. Now he looks like he aged 20 years just in the last five years! It always made me wonder, what do you learn in the first day at the Oval Office? I could never handle the stress of that job, I’d be having seizures left and right! I lean left so it would be the right wingers all over my case. And you know what, I wouldn’t blame them. Anxiety disorders are a very real thing to us, and they can interfere with our lives.

Don’t get me wrong, don’t let it stop you from becoming the President if that’s what you want to do. Just be prepared for it to be a very hard road. It’s not impossible! I’ve been down that hard road before because I’m deaf, and I turned out great!

I’m liking this blog writing thing. It’s very therapeutic for me. Back to the keyboard!

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