I also have Vasque hiking boots, I believe they are the breeze II model. Best boots I've ever had. Bought them at REI in Castleton, under $200, maybe three years ago. They are sturdy enough for rough terrain with lots of grip for slippery surfaces, yet very comfortable. However, I don't think...
Snapdragon, I was reading through my 2022 prescription drug plan documents, and it mentions HoosierRx, which is Indiana's pharmaceutical assistance program. Looks like you reach them through the SHIP program 800-452-4800.
That's a bummer. I don't know if they do this but maybe contact Samaritan Caregivers in your area and tell them your situation. Also talk to SHIP: https://www.in.gov/ship/
These may not have funds to help you, but might have suggestion of places that might help.
I'm on Medicare part d and was taking a medication that cost a lot more than that. Just recently had my last dose. Hit the catastrophic coverage level the first month I was on the medication. The first month would have cost me about $3000, and about $750 per month after that. My oncology dept...
So at first I didn't notice, but the amount deposited by the IRS was a little higher than my tax return amount. Got a letter from them today - they paid me $10.58 in interest!
But, minus one woot because it says I need to report the interest as taxable income for 2021.
I've had just the opposite experience. Got a pizza king pepperoni recently and wondered if I ordered a cheese by mistake, since there was hardly any pepperoni on it. This has happened to me many times over the years. Always been happy with the amount of pepperoni Arni's puts on their pizza.
I think, for a lot of people, what you consider a good pizza is greatly influenced by what you grew up with. For me, it was Bruno's in West Lafayette and Arni's in Lafayette. My first experience of a pizza was at Bruno's in the early/mid '60s. My wife and I still consider those two the best. I...
They told me since my machine is so old, they had no plans to replace it. Said Medicare and my supplement should help with the cost of a replacement. Also said I needed to order my own inline filters. It was $13 for three, which would cover about nine months.
Colon cancer history on my father's side, so I get the deal every three years. Done it often enough it seems like no big deal. I'd rather get that than go to the dentist! The dulcolax/miralax/gaterade mix works well for me.
Really nice. That is similar to what the wife wants, but a little bit darker. Maybe about halfway between that and what ancjr shows in his pic. Room is windows on three sides, so doesn't have to be extra light colored.