I'm a bag of nerve tonight. ugh I knew I would be. Oh, and I was re familiarized with my issue with forms once again. blah! But I muddled through. Doesn't help they give you itty bitty writing space for quite a large amt of info either. I'm taking along info they requested on preliminary paperwork anyway so if they ask to clarify, then I've got it with me. But I'll tell you, trying to remember docs/test is almost impossible when there have been so many. And dates, all I did was laugh and leave them blank. For those, they already have the info so they can look it up anyway. But c'mon people, much of this stuff was a decade ago, yeah, you're lucky I even kept doctor info. (and I only did because I thought there a chance he'd need to reapply as an adult. ) And I did remember to add the adult neuro he saw and the blood doctor. medications? He's not been able to take any since we lost him on the insurance and he couldn't get back to either a doctor or afford to pay for them. (and about that time he flat out refused to take them anymore, now he'd be ok with it) I was reading over his report from the neuro that diagnosed him with several things. Noticed he got some facts wrong in the report......hmm. Travis never took paxil, it was zoloft and he had a severe reaction to it, never got past the first week on it. But he got the important part right AND I forgot he was the one who suggested we do disability for him as a child and even said he'd tell them he needed it. So that's two neuros as long as they remember what they said. Although if they challenge......I'll see if he can been seen by their docs because there is no way the kid will pass any exam. So if you would, amp up the juju and positive thoughts for in the morning. I'm going to hop off, take a long soak in the tub in a bit........and try to distract myself until bedtime. Thanks.