And she replies. I hate this mac laptop. It is so hard to use.
I am at home but still pretty tired and weak. They have not found where the blood leak is yet. MK is so right that my new diabetes dr listened to me and saw what was happening and has come up with an insulin schedule that has kept me very close to normal. It will be another 7 weeks before I can have my eyes checked to see if I can drive again. I may be facing some more surgery for the tumor on the adrenal gland, the new drs want it out.
I guess the urinary tract infection is gone and my blood pressure is no longer 88/49. The ER Triage took that very seriously. And, my kids blitzkreiged me into the hospital. They flooded my bedroom doorway, grandchildren, too. The oldest, in Atlanta, is on a cell phone screaming about
calling a "GD ambulance immediately". Isaac and Eric have determined they're big enough to carry me to the car. Crystal and Jodi are packing a case for me and all 4 grandchildren are crying cause "Nana is gonna die". I just gave in even though I hate hospitals.
As usual, I had tests I hated to think about
, but they did put me to sleep. I'm proud today because Crys took me by the grocery for a few things and I walked instead of using an electric cart.
I haven't been this tired since chemo, seriously. I lost 30 lbs in 3 weeks but I wouldn't advise anyone to do it that way. Thank the Lord for Sonic's bagged ice and their unsweetened peach tea.
Thank all of you for asking about
me and caring. It means a lot to me. And, as always, God Bless MK who is always there. I will keep you updated.
A good friend will bail you out of jail...
but a true friend will be sitting
next to you saying,
"Dâmn... that was fun!".