Living Well with a Bad Diagnosis - Lung Disease

Monday, August 29, 2016

Feeling Great

After we watched the F1 race from Spa, Belgium around 8:30AM yesterday, the sun was warming the house, the couch felt cozy and I drifted off to sleep while Michael was out washing and waxing my car. I slept for almost an hour and a half. It was amazing how much better I felt, less exhausted and finally felt like I recovered from last week. We ran some errands in town, went to a light lunch and watched the Giants game. It was great to just slow down and take a deep breath to just enjoy the day together.

In preparation for Anna and Doug visit, we replaced three LED lights imbedded into the pavers of our driveway. They had blown out. A year ago, we replaced six of them and two more old ones are beginning to fail but are still working. Maybe we can get a few more months from them. They light the driveway and the side of the house.

We also talked about the foods we would have on hand for their visit. Doug is a picky eater and both are not very adventurous eaters. The food list will begin today.

Mom and I are carefree today. No doctor appointments but we do have to swing by my glaucoma doctor to pick up a sample of my eye drops. I blew the reordering, thought I had another bottle but no, I am out of drops and that is not good.

I am still waiting for the report from the lab regarding my Pap smear.

There is a rehearsal of the Irish Fiddling group this evening. It will be a fun way to end the day.

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