Not a Moldy Oldy

April 29, 2011

Announcing a new podcast, and it involves mold and other environmental hazards: The Mid-Atlantic Center for Children’s Health and the Environment (podcast download link) (entire podcast archive). It seems everyone is busy with jobs and kids, including Elyse saving the world and Jason Bilotta’s inspection business that deals with mold and other damage. Which is a perfect tie in to the interview with Jerome Paulson, MD of the The Mid-Atlantic Center for Children’s Health and the Environment.

It is a very informative hour. Give it a listen! Read the rest of this entry »


Tools for a Poopy Day

February 8, 2011

The past week has been a week of Mondays. It started with the Linguist rushing to get to school and the printer not printing. Then when I pulled the car out of the driveway and put it into drive, it decided to stay in neutral and start rolling down the hill. Fortunately it did get into gear! Oh, and the Linguist came home in full Katie Ka Boom mode (which lasted the whole week, and she never did tell us what was bothering her).

Then there was the issue with getting a prescription for BigBoy, for some reason even though it was called in by the office the day before there was no record when I came to pick it up. I had to have it called in again, and the pharmacy got it to me quickly.  Plus they had to put in the new insurance information in twice before it took.

A few weeks ago I took a tumble on the stairs and hit my head, plus bruised my ribs.  I gave the emergency department my spanking brand new insurance information, only to find out last week they sent the bill to the old insurance company. Of course they can’t process it!  (I am okay, it is just that due to inflammation bruised ribs actually hurt worse than broken ribs, which I have had in the past) Read the rest of this entry »