Today was a little different for me. I didn’t walk or practice guitar today. Instead, I went to Gil Drugs to get some 4″ x 4″ 12-ply gauze sponges to dress my surgery wound with, and to fill my prescriptions. They had two boxes of the gauze sponges for me; I am hoping they are the last I’ll need, we shall see. Since my long term Indiana Medicaid insurance was finally activated they were kind enough to call and see how much of the cost for my prescriptions my insurance would cover. They made the call knowing that if the insurance did not cover it I would probably have to go to a different pharmacy that accepts AMAC (Association of Mature American Citizens) prescription discounts. Good news! My prescriptions were covered 100 percent covered. This is a savings of about $575 per month without a discount plan, and of about $440 even with the AMAC prescription discount. I am only expected to be taking the eliquis for six months, which would have been $430 of the discounted pricing per month, but that is still a lot of money. Thank GOD this insurance thing got straightened out, and just in time.
While I did not hop on the treadmill and walk, or practice guitar, I did go to my Wednesday night community group for Bethel Valparaiso. There must have been a communication breakdown or something. About half of the group was in Redding, California, to meet a third year student of BSSM (Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry) who might become our next pastor. Sadly, nobody else showed up at the group meeting other than myself and the person who was hosting it. We made some calls and texts to find out where everybody was, and it seems nobody had plans to come so we called it a night quite early.
I also spent a good bit of time working in my Finale music writing program on the hymn Holy, Holy, Holy. I manually entered it into the program and then transposed it from E flat to G. I am working on arranging a fingerstyle guitar piece of it. This will be interesting, and is a long time in coming.
Thank you for reading My Journey today.
Be most blessed!