Okay, I've finished with the the u/s's and the CT scan. I have an appt. with the dr. for next Monday, so unless something serious shows up in the test results I guess I won't hear anything until then. They always call when the news is bad; it's the good stuff they make you wait on. Seems to me it should be the other way around, hmmm.
I've decided I have to find a way to keep the brittleness out of my voice when I go for tests. I hate when my voice gets like that. It happens every time I have to go for a test of some sort. I get this tight, testy sound in my voice and physically I feel so tiny and helpless. I don't want to sound like that; I'm sure the techs can't stand me. All I want when I'm in those places is to be some place else.
Yesterday's test just about did me in. I had to drink all of the barium and it made me nauseous. Then afterwards I had to stay real close to the bathroom all day because of diarrhea. Gosh, I'm tired of feeling awful.
The weather isn't helping at all. Yesterday, the county issued an evacuation order for the Mt. Charleston area over in northwest LV because of avalanche dangers. We're southeast of LV and have mostly rain, but I look at the hills in Henderson all around me and wonder how much water they can absorb.
Thank you for being there with me yesterday. I knew you were there, there were pink feathers on top of the CT machine. L&H's, Luci
In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me lay an invincible summer. Albert Camus