By The Wiz
Dear soccer coach:
When soccer is supposed to be from 5:30 to 6:30, we moms don’t like when you show up at 6 and then work the kids until 7:30. Especially if we happened to choose to feed the child after soccer. Usually you are very on time and aware of this. What’s up this week?
Dear Used Book Stores:
Book Lover who is becoming less and less willing to pay retail.
Dear insurance company:
I don’t like receiving letters telling me what tests I haven’t had for my diabetes along with a detailed brochure of what could happen if I don’t get them done. Seriously, a brochure with a picture of a blind person with a bold ‘DON’T LOSE SIGHT’ isn’t very fun to get. Also, all those tests you recommend but don’t have a record of me getting? I’ve had them done, AND you paid for them. I could send you a copy of those bills, but they’d probably get lost in the mail.
I tried to email you this, but you have no email listed, forcing me to call you and deal with the voice mail system from hell. I was bugged enough that I did call, but got told those letters are just health reminders that go out to everybody, even though this one specifically listed tests I “hadn’t had done.” Also, the number on the back of my card apparently doesn’t get me to the right place so the lady can’t access my account to put a note on there. I’m so happy about this, I can’t even tell you. It’s all so time conserving, and cost saving to send crap like this out to people.
Grateful to have insurance coverage, but wishing you would trust me to be on top of my health.
I hate you.
Mother of a pre-teen.
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