Morton Fox (mortonfox) wrote,
Morton Fox

Sanity, and the keeping of

Cloudy, 75-80°F. Had a lot of work to do this morning. First was catching up with correspondence that had been temporarily set aside because of preparation for the last two days. Second was shopping for health insurance to replace COBRA when the ARRA premium reduction ends. I've been doing that for the last few days and I do see a bunch of health plans with lower monthly premiums than what I've been paying, but I need a little while longer to decide on one.

In the afternoon, I took a break and headed out to northern Wilmington for the What I need to keep my sanity geocache. It's a quick one and conveniently along the way to shopping and lunch. Lunch today was at Moe's in Brandywine Town Center because they too sent me a birthday coupon. (Gee, I'm on a lot of mailing lists. :) ) I had Buffalo Chicken Nachos. No silly name for this on their menu, thank goodness. This is classic Moe's pile-of-stuff. I asked for all the toppings that would fit on top of the chicken and tortilla chips.

The rain started right after lunch, which was fine because I was just going to go home. When I got home, I continued work on the health insurance and narrowed it down to two health plans. (both with dental option) I suspect the one with the lower premium will turn out to be better as long as it caps the out-of-pocket maximum at a reasonable level since I really only need to insure against catastrophic problems. If the past is any guide, I'll be using the health plan mostly for dental.
Tags: geocaching, health insurance, moe's

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