Good morning guys,
So in the process of "cleaning up" i'm having a hard time figuring out what to do with all the medical supplies my husband was given from hospice. He had a colostomy bag & so we got A LOT of supplies. I would love to help someone out by shipping out these supplies.. hope this is not something weird I'm offering? I don't know but i feel like throwing it out is a waste & that it could help someone else out. This includes diapers, colostomy bags, & many other little supplies that goes with this. They were not used or opened. Am really hoping it's not weird ...
Cleaning up after a loved one has passed away is & can be overwhelming. The mountain of things to straighten out from his name to mine, even the health insurance for the kids is stressful (they don't want to talk to me as I wasn't added in the account lol) so offering the death certificate is ready for all these companies. My husband left me as much information as possible written down but now that I'm having to take over & clean up, I'm realizing that I am missing a lot of information such as account #'s, who the companies are to be paid monthly, username/passwords & so little by little I've started to write down additional notes to his spreadsheet. I thought I was more than ready but no.... life is showing me that there's SO much more to be aware of. Can't wait till tax season is here so I can go completely insane
but that too I'll have to overcome. Thank God I have many who are willing to hep me out with information they know how to get, otherwise I would be so lost.
My husband was into IT (& so am I) so computers was something he loved. Anything to help out because to him & myself, computers is like putting a puzzle together but to him, teaching people about how to work better with their computer was "satisfaction" of a job well done.
Am hoping to hear from someone ... even if it is to tell me "you're crazy Ruth, you don't offer those things to anyone" ... lol
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