I’m legally blind, but I still want to pay for health insurance

My son and I have been in this country legally blind for more than 10 years, and the health insurance we have is good.

But we have paid for the coverage through our state-run health insurance plan.

We have to file a joint tax return, so we don’t pay federal income taxes on the income that we earned.

The health insurance does not cover my medical care.

But the plan also does not pay for my eye care.

It doesn’t cover my prescription medications, and it doesn’t pay for eye tests.

Our premiums are higher than the cost of the plans we buy for my parents and siblings.

The premiums for the insurance I pay are much higher than those of most other families in our state.

We’re the lucky ones.

We are not the only ones who are struggling.

We pay more than those in other states because the cost is much higher for many families in the United States.

Our state’s plan is a bargain compared with what most people pay in the U.S. and Europe.

But some families in this state don’t qualify for a plan at all.

There are a lot of families who don’t have access to insurance because they are uninsured or underinsured, or they are children.

And many of the families who are most vulnerable in our health care system have the highest rates of poverty and lack of access to health care.

This story is about the many families that do not have insurance.

We will hear from them.

We’ll learn about their struggles, their struggles with poverty, and their struggles for affordable health care and quality care.

They deserve to know what is going on.

I’ve lived in the city of Pittsburgh for 14 years and worked at a local hospital.

I work as a physical therapist.

My husband works at a pharmaceutical company.

Our children are ages 3 and 9.

They live in the suburbs of Pittsburgh.

They’re at home, watching television, and they are able to have access — if they have access, of course — to all of the things that they need to be able to be successful in life.

So I’ve been doing this for 10 years.

But I’m getting sicker, and I can’t get the eye care that I need.

I just can’t afford to have the eye doctor that I needed.

And so my son has been asking for help, and he’s got a lot to say.

I understand why he is asking.

And I know what he wants to say to help him.

But it’s just not enough.

And it’s not going to change the fact that we are not covered.

If we can’t have a health insurance system in this city that covers all of our needs, then we’re going to have a very, very bad system.

This is the first time in my life I have ever been so deeply hurt by a situation like this.

I have felt a great sense of anger and sadness about it.

It’s been a very tough, difficult year for me.

My son is a great student.

He is very smart and very funny.

I had a lot more hope than I do right now.

He wants to be a doctor, but he can’t do it.

He has the ability to be.

I don’t know if I’m going to be here to see him graduate from high school.

He’s very proud of his mother.

We talked about how hard it is to get into a school like this, but at the same time, I think my son is going to make it.

And we want to see our son succeed.

That’s all I’m trying to say right now, and that’s all we want.

So, I’m not going anywhere.

We love you, and we will always be here for you.

[The Associated Press]