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11-19-2006 - 12:51 PM 11-19-2006 - 12:51 PM
It's been awhile since I've journaled again. Sigh. I'd really like to use this to track my pain and symptoms, but I can't seem to keep up with it.

Since I last wrote, I finally went to the dentist and went thru a few months of various treatments and my teeth are now fixed and looking great! I can smile again

My health is still up and down. I have good days and bad days, good weeks and bad weeks. I did have all my annual exam stuff done last month, bloodwork, mammogram and pap. Everything was except for my thyroid level was dropping again, oh and my estradiol didn't even register. I upped the thyroid supplement I take and had a retest 4 weeks later and it is climbing upward.

I finally went to the eye doctor on Friday and seems that I have graduated to bifocals. Oh the joys of aging. I'm not really that upset about it, just upset that it makes the glasses more pricey now.

Well, the holidays are right around the corner and I have no clue what to get dh or what to get for MIL. We have a busy month as dh is going out of town the end of this month and than the following weekend his brother is getting married so we will have to drive to Louisiana for that. Hopefully I will have the house all decorated next weekend, but not sure when I am going to shop.

Oh well, life goes on. At least dh's friends came over this weekend to help him with the new pond he is building. If they hadn't of showed up I would have to be out there and I know that it would take me a week to recover from the hard work. My body just can't handle much anymore.

I hope everyone out here in journal land is doing well. s to all.


 
mjd2491 said at 11-19-2006 - 01:13 PM
Kim -- they're not "bifocals" -- they're "progressive lenses".... at least that's what my eye doctor calls them. That's his attempt to avoid saying the word "bifocals" to me. (I got my first pair a few weeks ago, and man! What a learning curve!)

 


news said at 11-19-2006 - 02:33 PM
Glad you are doing well heath wise... and congrats on getting the dental work done. I was so happy when I finished up with all my work.
The pond sounds lovely- I am thinking of doing one, but I need to do some research.
Enjoy preparing for the holidays!
Hugs, news

 


NoniOhio said at 11-19-2006 - 04:39 PM
Ah - I remember getting my first pair of bifocals. I was still able to cheat back then - by holding the page arm's distance away. Now - there's no way to see things without my bifocals! The worst was having to ask a young clerk in a store to read me something because I left my bifocals at home!

 


sisterof3 said at 11-19-2006 - 09:38 PM
i hope all is well...i love holidays..i put my tree up today..maybe during the week i will decorate..

 


carolinez said at 11-23-2006 - 05:13 PM
Kim, the pond sounds lovely, when you get thru take pictures I would love to see it . I hope you had a great Thanksgiving day. Lots of Hugs, Carol

 


 

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