Continuing the 'adventure' of switching over to the new job....
- The husband is off for his final week of training. Another week out of state. He 'graduates' this Friday. Where does that leave us? I have no idea. There are about 35 or 40 in the program but only 1 spot open nation wide so unless there are spaces they aren't officially advertising open, I suppose the 'graduation' means nothing more than they are the list for 'fillers' as managerial spots come open.
- Our health insurance kicks in today. There's that.
We also have to set up our online prescription account so we can find locations that are approved and set up our prescriptions.
- Our life insurance is in limbo as they sent a letter yesterday saying they hadn't heard back from us regarding the physicals needed. Ok? Well, not our issue. We had to use the company THEY provide. They did DH's physical and blood work over a week ago. Not my fault if they don't have it yet. And I was sick and had to reschedule so mine is March 10th. Again... the company THEY choose to do the physicals and blood work. If they are 3 weeks out in scheduling, we have nothing to do with it. I'll call them Monday or Tuesday to see if they got DH's results and tell them I'm scheduled next week. If they don't want to wait I guess I'll cancel it.
We've never in our LIVES had to go through this much crap just to get life insurance. We've always had it - but never needed physicals and blood work and urine samples and testing. We are in our early 40's and healthy so it's not a big deal BUT it makes me roll my eyes. Insurance NEVER used to be this stupid and full of red tape.