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Thanks Cheryl, Michelle and all of you who have responded and offered help and advice.
Well, the whole disability issue has settled itself. We have meeting set up with her HR department to discuss benefits and what she would get and what she needs to get from her Doctor to go on disability. She kind of came to the decision herself, and I guess my concern about it be a giving up was more in my head. The problem is it still is. It is like a milestone, like you had with your kids. You know, walking, talking, potty training, that stuff. Now it is that she will not work again for the rest of her life. I'm sure that is a little tough for some people when they are retiring at 67, at least it has a whole different meaning when you are going on disablity in your early 50's. She needs it though, she is just too tired and too sore and achy from her meds. I hate the whole quality of life concept, we are suppose to be years from that. I guess we aren't