I'm thinking I'm going to have to hire someone to help pack - maybe even some high school girls or something. Then once the large part of the junque is out of the house, hire a cleaning company to come in and do a big job of really getting into the nitty gritty, to get it ready to show. From there the upkeep shouldn't be a problem, especially with all the knick knacks gone!
I'm going to make an appt when I'm off for a week (whenever that is!) to visit with SSa and see about getting on ssdi.
I have to get this ball rolling, with or without hubby's help.
I went into the mgr yesterday, and as much as I hated to, pointed out that yes, they were right that my coworker referred 20+ cases this month, but then showed her his "regular" case work, a list of cases and how he'd not really worked them, just essentially shoved them under the rug. Doing so will cause them to be referrals in two months, and referrals aren't REALLY what we want in the long run. She agreed, and is meeting with him. My point wasn't to get him in trouble, but to show that I'm doing *that* work, and it's darn near impossible to do everything they want.
(Actually in a group meeting my mgr listed our duties, and said "Spend half your day doing EIM - my usual stuff - spend half your day working referrals, and spend half your day working this list." Uhh, I come up short a half.
"shorter of breath, and one day closer to death" - Pink Floyd
“There is no such thing as 'on the way out' as long as you are still doing something interesting and good; you're in the business because you're breathing” Louis Armstrong