August 29, 2006

So mama had this interview today. She told me it was in a very historic building with really neat elevators. She met the ladybean and gave her two writing samples and did the interview. The ladybean was nice. My mama does not know how to use transcription machines, so she might not get this jobbie. She said they make lots of money there, she didn't ask how much she would make, and they have NO medical insurants. If they pay her good enough, she can get her own, but it would be very expensive. Sigh.

She is going to go to the nursie bean on Thursday to see about medicines. The doctor is going to be giving her a different med, it was one she was on several years ago (medical assistants denied one of her meds, and this new/old one will be okay. So while she waits for a jobbie, she can take some medicines to make her ok.

Friday she will no longer be on the insurants, and the nice nursie bean will help her get some assistants. Nursies are always nice (like me).

I was being sad today. I was going to see dear Trixie today. Last night I did go over for a short time to offer my snuggles for a little while. I didn't want to stay too long, cause there was lots of others who wanted to do the same.... We will miss her.

Love, brandi

6 comments:

Scooby, Shaggy & Scout said...

The Foshay Tower?
Hope the medication thing works out,

William said...

I hope your mom hears something good soon. And I bet she could pick up using those machines quickly, too. In the meatime, you keep taking care of her, Brandi!

brandi said...

Yes, it was in the Foshay Tower! Mama said after all the years she's lived here, she had never been in it before!

The Meezers said...

Brandi, you can come ofurr anytime you want and stay as long as you want. We would love to have you visit us.

DEBRA said...

Hope finks werk out OK wif the doctr.

Sounds like your Momma went to a really fancy place. We's hopes it all werks out furry soon for your Momma.

*ABBY

Scooby, Shaggy & Scout said...

I was on the ground floor once when I was about 10. Very Art Deco! Even at that age I knew it was a special building.
My fingers are crossed so much for your job they are going to cramp up and stay that way...but we are not going to give up! Better times are on the way! xxxooo Lynne