“And they lived happily ever after.” Think about this line for a few minutes. Are you living happily ever after? If not, what will it take for you to get there?
Well for one thing I don’t believe in Fairy Tales. I don’t believe in Happily Ever After.
Now for me to be happier than I am now I would need an income that is higher than Social Security Disability. It isn’t anything to write home about and won’t even provide a home. That is why currently I live with my dad. I would like to have one of those tiny homes or a mobile home. I don’t need anything big. I have lived in one room for 12 years.
I would like someone to cook healthy meals for me since I dislike cooking.
I would like to be able to go to whatever doctor I need to without it being a decision of doctor or food. And some months I have to decide which doctor is more important. I have health issues I live with that I can’t afford treatment for. I need the treatment, but can’t afford it.
And my monthly pittance isn’t considered poverty level. I can’t get food stamps or medicaid to pay what is left over from Medicare.
Nope, not living happily every after at this point. Ask me next year.