I wrote a lot about my mom last week in my journal, as I didn’t do anything
but engage her and medical people and Medicaid… my work went on hold.
Our system is corrupt and we are a cruel country, as I said a week ago,
and still it is another story for another time.
To keep my sanity I am drawing/sketching/water-coloring each day,
however much I can…
I decided to commit to the 100 days project, and I will be writing daily.
I may not be able to share it all, however.
This is one of those days, because I might be sued for the rant on the facility she is in…
Yes, she is difficult right now, and yet, unless she is hitting and biting or whatever they should be able to take it and serve her or they can hang up their medical credentials.
I leave you with the general idea of
what it is like to try to deal with the system and ALL THAT!
“You ever try to milk a steer?”
Perry, on Lois & Clark (Superman).
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Sorry to hear this, Katie. Our system fails us every day in every way….shameful.