This morning I drove to Florence to pick up my prescription for chemotherapy cream. I read the directions and the warnings said not to let this cream touch anything but what it's supposed to touch. Well, how in the world do I do that? If I put the cream on my hand morning and night how can I keep it from touching other things? So I will wait until tomorrow and call the doctor for clarification. I want to kill the cancer without killing my dog.
So when I got back home I tried to fill out the VA claim forms to get reimbursed for the chemo cream and I don't understand half the questions. So tomorrow I will also have to call the VA and hopefully get some guidance. I know half the world has to deal with things like this, but I'm not used to it so it is very annoying. The insurance Marshall had was incredible and I miss it.
Marshall had three trailers -- one was to haul the ATVs that we used to have, one is to hau the ATV that we have now, and one is to transport the motorcycle. I decided to sell the first one and I posted it on the Custer County Buy/Sell Facebook page. I got a call this afternoon from a guy who came out right away and bought the trailer on the spot so now it is gone. Less clutter next to the house. I like it.
Then some more practice with the gun (I now have my own gun, a very generous gift from one of my neighbors...thank you, Dave!!).
Still no word from the VA on my claim for monthly benefits. I am very anxious about this. I watched Marshall fight the VA for 28 years.