School Policies to Blame For Healthcare Crisis

Posted by idawrites on September 17, 2009 in Children, Health, Illness, Insurance |

Doctors are overloaded.  Patients are waiting weeks and months to be seen by their primary care physicians for critical tests and procedures.  Emergency departments are seeing patients that could easily (and FAR less expensively) be helped by their family doctor… if they could get in.   Insurance costs are outrageous at best, and for some […]


Get off the Sidewalk – I’m 16 and have a License!

Posted by idawrites on August 26, 2009 in Children, education, Insurance |

That phrase is written on keychains in gas stations and Dollar Tree stores all over the country.  I used to laugh at them… until our children turned into teenagers.  Our 3rd daughter is 16 and she’s had her permit for almost a year now.  In Georgia, teen drivers are required to have their permit for […]


I’m Going To Live Forever

Posted by idawrites on June 26, 2008 in Family, Insurance |

Yesterday, I wrote a letter to my Uncle Cecil on my personal blog.  In this letter, I thanked him for all the things he taught me and shared with me throughout my life.  Little things like how to spit watermelon seeds and big things like sharing my first beer with me.  It was a very […]

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