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  1. Shining

    Shining "knowing is half the battle" ~~~GI Joe

    I just got the decision letter for my unemployment compensation hearing. I was fired for MM symptoms (dizzyness, slowed thinking, nausea, poor hearing), but at the time my doctor thought it was a possible acoustic neuroma. I am eligible for benefits! I almost fainted when I got the letter today. I have been resting at home, licking my emotional wounds for the last few days, waiting for the answer. The hearing in my bad ear seems to be a wee bit better today, too. :D I am still dizzy, but possibly with relief! The money has not been released to me yet...I hope it is before this long holiday weekend. Whew! *does the happy dance*
  2. Sheri61

    Sheri61 New Member

    Ditto on the "Yay!"
  3. June-

    June- New Member

    Happy news! Now you can relax a little.
  4. dizzysheba01

    dizzysheba01 New Member

    Goody goody gum drops!!!
  5. Tara

    Tara New Member

    YAY! Work your magic with my unemployment now!
  6. bdavis

    bdavis It takes skill to trip over flat surfaces.

    Great news!! Woohoo. I just got my short term disability approved until Sept 17th. They paid me today for 3 weeks back pay. And I will get a weekly pay at least until the 17th. Then they want to hear from the specialist I'm going to see.
    Isn't great that we have to jump through hoops to get the things we paid for??
  7. DKF308

    DKF308 New Member

    Do the happy dance!!!! :D
  8. deercharmer1

    deercharmer1 Somewhere in the forest....

  9. Aznalla

    Aznalla New Member

    I am so glad to see that the hearing worked out for you!
  10. leviticus

    leviticus Jonah's whale

  11. Bastet

    Bastet New Member

    good for you! :)
  12. tirednwinded

    tirednwinded New Member

    Double Yay! for you, would have started Yodeling too if it happened to me... (imagining gramps)

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