Incredible normalcy

When I first got pregnant, I'll be honest: I was pretty sure it wasn't going to stick. I'm guessing that's most womens' experiences -- medicine does a VERY good job of focusing on the fragility of early pregnancy. Being a woman is so strange. You spend decades living in fear of a "positive" on a … Continue reading Incredible normalcy

A brief reminder about how much insurance sucks

My new health insurance plan considers Dexcom sensors "durable medical equipment," which means they are covered at a 50% coinsurance. That means, the weekly sensor I wear costs me $40 out of pocket. That's $160 dollars for a month's supply. If you're keeping track, that's over $1900 a year, which is more than 1 month's … Continue reading A brief reminder about how much insurance sucks

Reflections on 7 weeks with a service dog

Is this "reflections" post a poorly-disguised excuse to share as many pictures as I can of Mickey? (PS follow him on instagram @mickeytheservicedog. HASHTAG SHAMELESS.) Yeah, I think it pretty much is, but whatever. Who doesn't need more dog pictures in their life? It's been just about 7 weeks since we got Mickey, and the … Continue reading Reflections on 7 weeks with a service dog