Jun 8, 2020

THIS IS ONLY A TEST

Continued from previous post.....


I swear, you can't make this stuff up.  Without giving you the tick-tock, suffice it to say that I finally got the labs drawn after FIVE attempts to do so, and am now on a first name basis with everybody at the South Bend Clinic Day Road campus, including the IT guy who couldn't believe what a complete "cluster" (his word, not mine) that my life has been for the last six days.

You know what the best part is?

The lab that my doc needed drawn was a CBC...a complete blood count.

Guess what?

I HAVE A CBC DRAWN AT DIALYSIS EVERY SINGLE SOLITARY MONDAY AND HAD JUST HAD ONE DRAWN LAST MONDAY.

Breathing deeply now.

The balcony is finally complete:


 And I am slowly but surely adding houseplants to CS2:

And now, Dearies, I am going to sit quietly and stitch until 7:30, when it will be time for me to go to bed so I can get up in the middle of the night to go to dialysis downtown South Bend.

Cheers.


6 comments:

  1. I'm so sorry you've had all this aggravation piled on aggravation! Meanwhile how are you feeling?

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  2. Hang in there, Coni! The trouble with banging your head against a brick wall is that all you end up with is a sore head. Hope Buzzy is on his best behaviour so South Bend dialysis goes smoothly, and that you get lightning clearance to go back to your usual D-chair. (Oh, and the balcony is looking fab. I'm lethal to potted plants.)

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  3. Super photos - the plants look great. Party on the balcony time then. Hope today went well after so much messing around. You must have felt like a hamster on a wheel! Take care dear girl.
    xxx

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  4. Oh goodness that is a mess up of grand scale. And for no reason! Your balcony is just beautiful! Such a lovely place to spend your time.

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