Don't worry, I am still alive. I received quite a few texts, phone calls, emails, FB messages, wall posts, and blog comments from so many lovely people wondering if I was okay, where I was and when I was coming back. Thank you. You all are so sweet and caring.
To be honest, I hadn't planned on doing much of anything yesterday and then something infuriating happened with our internet company that made it impossible for me to do anything even if I had changed my mind. All is well now. We have internet back and I am fine.
The doctor's appointment was long, stressful, and draining. I saw so many sick people yesterday it just broke my heart. Its going to be hard having this doctor. We got there bright and early and left at nearly noon. Neither of us got much sleep the night before. I don't know if it was good or bad that I was feeling pretty awful the first time I met my new doctor. I had had an extraordinarily bad nosebleed before dawn, followed by a semi slamming into my brain migraine accompanied with the ever so friendly dizziness, vertigo, and nausea. Thank heavens I kept down my poptart and stayed vertical. At least while I was there. They took a lot of blood. I mean a lot of blood. I have an appointment next week for an MRI and one about 12 days after that for my gene testing. That my friends, is going to be a blast.
I only allowed myself five minutes of tears in the car. Mr. Superman's grabbing my hand and saying, "Let's go home baby girl" triggered it. He is so good to me. So very very good.
Its currently pouring rain. Well it usually is by this time of the day. The clouds roll in by 2 or 3 PM and the thunder starts shortly after. The rain is next and usually keeps going until 10 or 11 PM. I love the rain. The smell, the sight, the feeling of it.
Guess what guys?