May 29, 2019

MORE OF THE SAME



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It was more of the same this morning.   I had great trouble staying awake while G leapt up and went to work at 6.  Finally G and I were off to the heart doctor’s office.  They called me three times yesterday to change my appointment time.  We showed up at 1115.  Yes the doctor chewed me out until I explained about the calls and time changes.

It wasn’t out fault that we didn’t show up at 0915, or even 1015.  He wanted an ultrasound done before he saw me.  That obviously wouldn’t work.  He asked questions and sent me off for an ultrasound.  Fascinating stuff; culminating at the left ventricle.  The doctor will call with the results.

We have been exploring our neighborhood foods.  After the Doctor, the Brown Bagger was today/s tidbit.  Tiny little Spot.  Two very fit, grey haired men ran the kitchen.  G had a Calamari Sandwich and a wonderful cookie.  I had a half a sandwich and a really fresh salad.  We will both go there again.  Ditto last nights exploration at Voltaire “something.”  That was killer good…right in the middle of surf city. 

I’m never going to get thin again this way.
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  • Himself:  Hard at work.
  • Myself:  Now I am ok with almost normal BP.
  • Photo:  G’s teen Passport photo.
  • Reading:  A Michael Connelly.
  • Gratitude’s:  G for coming with me today and Friday too.



8 comments:

  1. Laura was not allowed to smile for her passport photo, and had to take off her glasses. I guess times change.

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  2. Shame about the cancellations. Congrats on the BP and hope your ultrasound results are great.

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  3. Glad the meds are working out. Let's hope everything gets sorted as well as possible.

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  4. Hope the test results are good, Mage.

    A calamari sandwich sounds interesting.

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  5. G lived overseas...now I vaguely remember you writing that. Was his dad/mom in the military? I have to get a blood test and go to the dentist and I am really doing an A+ job of procrastinating.

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    1. George grew up overseas mostly in Pakistan. Yeah, both of us have to stop procrastinating. LOL

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  6. Good grief! How terrible that you were being chewed out about the schedule changes! And yes, George was/is a cutie.

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