Thursday, January 24, 2008


Social worker called again. They still have not gotten the neurology team to look over the EEG and MRI. It's getting really old. While trying not to cry I told her I need information. They want to see her Feb 4th. I said I would be more than happy to bring her there, BUT I want to then be able to hear from neurology and everyone if we are making this trip. We already have a visits there scheduled the 18th, and it costs me a good chunk of money out of my paycheck now to take a day off, I want it to count. She said she's left them one message today but will call again and will see what she can do. Ridiculous.


Sara said...

Just got caught up on your blog. Wow. A lot has happened! Congratulations on the likely addition of Liam to your forever family. I have a good feeling his adoption will come through without a hitch.

As for Olivia, I am so anxious to hear the results. I completely sympathize with waiting forever for test results. Ridiculous is right. I am disgusted with America's healthcare system.

Finally, LOVED the "you know you're an adoptive parents it..." Thank you for the smile.


Julie said...

I am sorry - this is just crazy- but sara is right- it is our lovely healthcare system- can you get your money back on Olivia's gymnastics? or at least let it count for next session in stead? It is so hard waiting- I am praying for good results.

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