When You Get Charged For Someone Else’s Mistake: An Exciting Follow-Up
Ester Bloom

So glad to hear that it worked out…and so smoothly too! When I read the initial story I immediately assumed there would be a grand confrontation, which inclined me to say, drop it. In retrospect, that was a worst-case scenario and I’m glad your midwife billing folks are reasonable.

On another topic, can we drop the “ lamer than a three-legged horse”? The term “lame” is slowly but surely joining it’s compatriots, “gay” and “retarded” as outdated and offensive. For more perspective, see: https://www.washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2015/05/13/lame-stand-up-and-other-words-we-use-to-insult-the-disabled-without-even-knowing-it/

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