First there was the run-of-the-mill test that involved a multimillion dollar machine and a friendly technician to inject me with radioactive fluid. I forgot to ask how many thousands of dollars this test cost. It also gave me another opportunity to see the receptionist at the Northside-Alpharetta Imaging Center. We're now friends. I have been there so often lately that I do not even have to give her my name when I check in.
Back at home I enjoyed a visit from my aunt, and then it was off to a movie with my family. That felt decadent. A movie in the the middle of a weekday!
After my usual afternoon nap, I thoroughly enjoyed dinner with friends.
An excellent day.
Tomorrow I am scheduled for the two endoscopic biopsies. With any luck, I will not remember a thing.
Thoughts for the day:
- Some friends know how to blog. Some need special assistance.
- It can be difficult watching life go on around me while I wait for mine to start again.
- I have amazing friends and family.
Keep those prayers, comments, emails coming. You all, everyone one of you, are the best.
Sending love back