So my mom switched jobs over the summer, which is all fine and good.
But she now works at a church, which means her health insurance—which I am under—will not pay for any birth control I may decide to get.
This is… frustrating.
Any advice, lady friends, on how to get BC with no insurance? =/
I get my BC from the health department! They base the cost of your pap smear, BC method, and check-ups on your income so it’s usually pretty cheap. I have the same problem as you, with the ridiculous and wildly irregular periods, and the health department gives me a very expensive type of BC pills that work like magic. Each week of pills has the same hormone level until the last week. Anyway, I get them for like $6 a pack with no insurance.
It’s just called sweet tea.
Not sweet iced tea, sweetened iced tea, or iced tea.
We know it’s going to be cold, otherwise we’d call it hot tea.
Also, you could just call it tea because we don’t drink “unsweet” tea. Diabetics just make their tea with Splenda or Sweet and Low.
So now that we’ve cleared that up, can we agree that there will be no more awkward combinations of the words “sweet/ened” “iced” and “tea?”