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Always a choice...today I was prepared and made mine healthy!!!

Sunday, August 02, 2009

Ken and I went down to The Cove this morning and had breakfast with Richelle and Joe. They always have a breakfast buffet every Sunday morning from 9-11 am for those of us who belong to the Prop Club. If we go, we always go at 9 so that we are finished and able to go to church services. The only problem with the buffet is the food. UGH!!! Everything is fried in so much grease: fried potatoes with onions and peppers, guaranteed to get you moving!! hash brown potatoes with way to much butter...again get you moving quickly. Sausage links....greasy and ugh...sorry I don't like sausage of any kind! fresh baked ham, but I'm not really a ham person either...one bite is more than enough for me. bacon which is usually very greasy and barely felt the heat from the fire...limp and greasy, ugh...I only eat bacon very, very crisp when I indulge...rarely. Scrambled eggs which are usually heavy but don't appear too bad, although I don't know what is in them or how they are actually made. I think they may be baked and stirred or chopped up, but at least they aren't greasy. But I am on a limited protein diet so have to be careful and can only eyeball portions, not worth it to me. White bread, italian bread, pumpernickel bread, muffins, bagels, sometimes wheat bread and some type of bread that is brown with white streaks in it ??? Always lots of butter, jelly, marmalade and cream cheese. Sounds perfect for a diabetic, doesn't it Always lots of bakery items too, lady locks, nut rolls, pecan tarts, peanut butter and jelly muffin, blueberry and nut muffins, etc. A variety of fruit combined together for a fruit compote. They always have water, lowfat milk, chocolate milk, grapefruit, cranberry and orange juice, coffee and iced tea. Ken always drinks a coke.
This morning I was not prepared to face any of that food, so I took my cheerios with me knowing that I could get lowfat milk there and would still be eating healthy. However I forgot a spoon...rather hard eating cheerios with a fork but not impossible.
This morning they had a new chef there...he will be there for the month of August. He was making fresh omelets anyway you wanted with whatever you wanted in it...omelets made your way. Your choice of additives were crumbled bacon, sausage, ham, green and red bell peppers, onions, mozzarella and/or cheddar cheese, mushrooms, spinach and tomatoes. So I set my cheerios aside (brought them back home) and did have a small omelet, with onions, tomatoes, spinach and green/red peppers. Well let me tell you, it was delicious...very light and fluffy. If not for all the protein, I would have had another but I told myself no and actually listened. It was done with a touch of butter spray but was absolutely delicious!!! YUMMY!!!
It was out of this world and the best food I have had there for breakfast in the last three years. I stayed away from everything else although those miniature lady locks sure looked good...I think just looking at them made my bs go up. I was very proud of myself for a job well done. A delicious omelet and water...
Blessings and hugs,
Helen

POSITIVES:
God who makes every day special for me
Sundays
Wonderful family and friends
Beautiful weather...had rain from 5 to 8 am this morning before the sun came out...now it is 76*
Choices and our freedom to make them
Being accountable for my choices
Spark People...support and encouragement, helping me get healthier every day

THANK YOU FOR READING MY BLOG AND FOR ALWAYS ENCOURAGING AND SUPPORTING ME. BECAUSE OF YOU I AM GETTING HEALTHIER. I LOVE EACH OF YOU!!

  
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POOH_BEAR_69 8/3/2009 11:59PM

    I ate the bacon and it wasn't limp this time!!! It was too much before church though... My stomach suffered a little for it...

Love ya!!!

Me

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MAURIZIA 8/3/2009 5:51PM

    Helen, so glad they have a new chef and you could indulge....I had visions of you with a fork whose tines each had a cheerio on it! :)

BTW, that brown & white bread is "marble rye." (I'm a bread baker's daughter.)

Blessings,
Mau
ri

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THEWAYSHEFEELS 8/3/2009 1:46PM

    thanks for the support. i really like how you point out the positives of the day at the end of the blog. maybe i need to start doing that. looking at the positive things that i've done that day rather than dwelling on the negative ones.

great choices. and again, thanks for the support. emoticon

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GHOSTFLAMES 8/3/2009 6:24AM

    HELEN YES I KNOW WHAT YOU MEAN ABOUT BUFFETS I LIKE THEM ALSO BUT IF WE ARE THERE WE JUST HAVE TO MAKE THE SMARTEST CHOICES THERE! AND OYU DID THAT VERY WELL MY FRIEND YOU ARE DOING GREAT ! AND A NICE CHEF TO BOOT!LOL HUGS,CHAR

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BUFFALOGAL1952 8/2/2009 11:45PM

    I feel your pain...I love buffets, but you know how easy it is to over eat! I try to keep them to once maybe twice a year as a special treat and then skip lunch altogether!

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LINDA25427 8/2/2009 11:15PM

    That buffet sounds like the kind I would want to run from but the omelete sounds good . Glad you had a good healthy breakfast that you enjoyed and was healthy for you . You did great .

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ROLLERSKATE 8/2/2009 11:02PM

    Good for you, Helen.

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WANDAH3 8/2/2009 8:45PM

    Hugs,
Wanda

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SCORPION1352 8/2/2009 8:10PM

    Sounds wonderful. So glad to hear you made the right choices. We have to that or this journey is for nothing.

I totally agree with you about the Spark friends I find I need them more and more every day. With out the posting of the calories I put down and the encouragement from every one here I would not be getting healthier. I know I have a long way to go but every pound off is just that OFF and on.


Of course without God in my life I am a total nothing. God makes me appericate the finer things in life, and there is so much out there to appreicate. Sometimes it's just a beautiuful day sometimes it is much more.


Loved your blog and good for you YOU GO GIRL.


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WOWEETOO 8/2/2009 7:10PM

    ooohhh omelets maybe one for dinner with mushrooms and olives??and i found a little spinach still out in the garden today so maybe that thrown in also did the big work in the garden today ripping out stuff no longer in production and planting new seeds i got time before the cold ooh let's go eat may me hungry there LOL
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MAMASALLYSOCKS 8/2/2009 6:46PM

    MooHoo for a new chef!

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ETAGGEL 8/2/2009 6:27PM

    Well done! It does make such a difference when you find somewhere like that to eat out.


Phyllis

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GRACEISENUF 8/2/2009 5:34PM

    Sounds really good and the way you described the former foods it put "buffet breakfast" in a scary catagory! Way to go for the good choice! The next time I go out for breafast I hope I can recall your analogy of the typical breakfast buffet! emoticon

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SADIEDOLORES 8/2/2009 5:12PM

    you just spoiled my appetite for food, except i'm making healthy choices, none of my food today is greasy yuck, it bbq chicken thighs with no skin and vegetables FOR DINNER, so glad you were strong Helen, why do you go there? just about every restaurant has unhealthy food, the only one i heard of is Ruby's Tuesday there supposed to have a healthy menu i'm going to have to check it out, good for you Helen the omeltte sounds delish.
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LINDIEMAE 8/2/2009 4:57PM

    ITS WONDERFUL TO KNOW THAT SOMEONE HERE ACTUALLY TAKES CHARGE OF THOSE THINGS THAT WILL EVENTUALLY DO THEM IN IF THEY ARE NOT CAREFUL. I WONDER HOW COME THEY KEEP SERVING THESE TYPES OF BREAKFASTS, DO THEY NOT KNOW THE OBESITY PROBLEMS IN THE AMERICAS OR THE HEALTHY FOOD CHOISES THAT CAN TAST JUST AS GOOD? OR IS THE ADDICTION TO FAST FOODS, AND GREASE AND TRANSFATS SELLS FASTER THEN FRESH. I AM GLAD YOU WERE ABLE TO HAVE AN OMLETE YOUR WAY WITH ALL THE FRESH INGREDIANCES IN IT. I BET IT WAS MADE WITH WATER AND NOT MILK... ONE NEVER KNOWS...

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ALMMOM 8/2/2009 4:28PM

    Wow. An as you like it omelet. Terrific!!!

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Princess McKenzie meets the Disney Princesses

Saturday, August 01, 2009


Princess McKenzie after her Birthday Princess MakeOver on her 6th birthday.

Princess McKenzie and Princess Cinderella in the castle after having lunch together

Princess Belle and Princess McKenzie

Princess Cinderella and Princess McKenzie
As you can tell from the different pictures, McKenzie had a great time at Disney World meeting all the Princesses and all the Disney Characters. These are the pictures I have received so far other than the McKenzie and Piglet picture which I think is great!!!
I am hearing more and more stories of things she did and "people" she met. She loves showing me her autograph book which is filled to the brim with signatures of her favorite characters. She knows every one of them when she sees them also. I find that amazing as I have a hard time reading their signatures, but she knows them all. I love hearing her talk about the fun she had with her mommy and daddy. I am trying to write some of her stories down so that she may re-live them again one day. I can hardly wait for them to get their pictures together and the video made of their trip.
I also don't have to tell you that I am glad she is home even though I haven't had too many moments to myself. We do tend to make the most of every day and enjoy living them to the fullest, whether we are walking, trying to catch butterflies, tumbling, visiting with our elderly neighbors, playing in the park or going to the post office. McKenzie has a great time where ever she goes and can talk to anyone. We spent our mornings this past week at Vacation Bible School in the Ten Mile Creek Park. What a great time was enjoyed by all the children and adults alike! I enjoyed it...especially the fact that it was all outdoors. That made it special to me as the kids could just enjoy all the natural wonders that God has given us.
Blessings, hugs, and thanks to all who read this.
Helen

POSITIVES:
God who has given us the best of nature
McKenzie and the joy she brings to all
Vacation Bible School in the Park
The sun and the rain
Our grass which needs mowed
Fresh veggies and fruits
Can't wait until my kiwi is ripe
Plenty of water to drink
My health
Too many to list

  
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POOH_BEAR_69 8/4/2009 12:01AM

    You held out on me... I didn't know you went to VBS at the park. You girls are always up to something... No wonder you fall asleep in my recliner all the time! emoticon

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BUFFALOGAL1952 8/2/2009 11:47PM

    That little girl is so adorable! A true Princess!

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TXSPLA 8/2/2009 10:08PM

    What a beautiful princess. What an awesome time for her. She remains in my prayers with you and her mom and dad.
Peggy
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MAMASALLYSOCKS 8/2/2009 6:42PM

    awwww, she so cutie!

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GRACEISENUF 8/2/2009 6:32PM

    Yes Princess indeed..a beautiful daughter of the KING!

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SADIEDOLORES 8/2/2009 2:00PM

    I LOVE THE WAY YOU SHARE YOUR PICTURES, IT MAKES ME FEEL LIKE I'M A PART OF IT, WHAT A BLESSING FOR THE LITTLE BIRTHDAY PRINCESS, LIFETIME MEMORY'S FOR EVER, SHE CAN EVEN SHARE THEM WITH HER FUTURE CHILDREN AND TELL THEM ALL ABOUT GRANDMA HELEN AND WHAT A GREAT AND LOVING PERSON SHE IS, THANK YOU FOR THE BLESSING.
SADIE emoticon WE NEED PRINCESS EMOTICONS

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WOWEETOO 8/2/2009 10:30AM

    isn't it wonderful how beautiful the world is when it is filled with princesses??
lovve and hugs the lady mary emoticon

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GHOSTFLAMES 8/2/2009 8:03AM

    HELEN THANKS FOR SHARING YOU ARE SO LUCKY TO HAVE GRANDCHILDREN AND WHAT A PROUD GRANDMA YOU ARE IF I WERE A KID I WOULD WANT YOU FOR MY GRANDMA HUGS,CHAR

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DJSNELLING 8/2/2009 6:38AM

    I think Princess McKenzie is very blessed to have Queen Helen for a Grandma!!

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ETAGGEL 8/1/2009 10:15PM

    The pictures are absolutely beautiful, she is so cute.


Phyllis

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Continuing

Friday, July 31, 2009


Tom was just hanging around with the rest of us...waiting for Mama and Ricky to arrive.

Doesn't this look like a great friendly and happy couple. Mama and Ricky are truly this and so much more...truly delightful people and what a wonderful couple. They manage to have fun whatever they do and where ever they go, I am sure. The "proof is in the pudding" as my grandmother used to say.
I also have to say that I have never seen more compatible couples than we all are...Ricky and Mama, Tom and Polly, Kevin and Marla, and Ken and I all fit together with our other halves like two peas in a pod...each half complimenting the other. God has so blessed us as couples with our life's soul mates.

Everyone just chatting and being glad to be part of our "get together" in Wheeling.

Checking out a picture Mama took on her camera. Interesting wouldn't you say?

Just had to share a picture of Mama's "Holy Cow" tattoo...if you look closely you will understand the name.

Marla didn't get left out of the fun as she got to try "it" on for size too!!

As much as it pains me to say this, I really think these girls are a bit on the ornery side and are definitely a hit on the fun side!!! Can you imagine what trouble they could get in to if left on their own!!! Can't bear thinking about it. lol
I honestly can not imagine having more fun than we did during our few hours together in Wheeling, WV and can't wait to do it again.
What wonderful memories we created in the short time we spent together...a time I personally will never forget.
Anne, I can't thank you enough for planning this get together and can't wait until our next one!!!!

  
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GHOSTFLAMES 8/1/2009 7:45AM

    THANKS FO SHARING WISH I WAS ABLE TO HAVE BEEN THER BUT AS I HAVE SAID ONE DAY DEAR FRIEND!HUGS,CHAR

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POLLY20 7/31/2009 3:58PM

    I was laughing all the way home & still smile when I think about the fun that we had.. Who God brings together in His Name shall be Glorified with eachothers True Friendship..I am so thankful that this Get-together was a possibility.. Where there's a will there's a way.. Helen thanks so much for sharing your photos with all of us.. Mama Carol, Your photos were a hoot as well.. I know that there will be a lifetime connection.. I'll be posting the few pic's that I have.. Tom & I are so happy with the Hand carved Golfing Bears that You sent us.. They are precious & You are as well.. I'll try to get a pic soon.
Hold on tightly to those wonderful memories.. Tom & I sure will.. Love Ya My Mama_Bear.. Love You Blessings for You, Ken & McKenzie each & everyday..

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SADIEDOLORES 7/31/2009 11:33AM

    HELEN, THANKS FOR SHARING YOUR GOOD TIME WITH US, SP FRIENDS SURE CAN BE FUN, HOPE THERE WILL BE A NEXT TIME FOR YOU.
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WANDAH3 7/31/2009 7:43AM

    This looks like it could develop into an "annual" event! lol

So glad that you all had such a wonderful opportunity and so much fun.

Hugs,
wanda

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KSNICKER 7/31/2009 7:12AM

    Oh Boy... More Wheeling Fun... it sure looks like you all had a great time...

Thanks Helen...

((hugs))

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MARLA7 7/31/2009 4:47AM

    Helen - Oh the memories these pictures brought back to me. What fun we had. What a Joy you are are! I could visit you guys daily & never tire of it. I cannot wait until our next get together either! I do hope it's soon & maybe even more of us can meet next time. Thanks for sharing my friend. Love you & miss you, Marla

P.S. Helen was good enough to bring me home after our meeting. She was going to her sister's house which is on the way to my house... it saved Kevin a trip down. Thanks again Helen! You're a wonderful friend!

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Miss America loses her hat in a bet...July 29, 2009 in Waynesburg, PA

Friday, July 31, 2009


There were no doubts what day it was Wednesday in Waynesburg, PA!!! Wednesday was Rain Day and as it has done on July 29 for 111 of the last 135 years, it rained. It started raining early and rained most of the day.
To be a success, it must rain on Rain Day. We got rain early and that meant all the pressure was off. The first few drops of rain officially fell at 5:26 am and were reported by a Waynesburg patrolman who was on routine patrol.
"What a great day," Waynesburg Mayor Blair Zimmerman said as he sat in the borough office fielding calls from people wanting to talk about the weather in Waynesburg. But even the rain failed to lessen the enthusiasm of the crowd which, attending a celebration called Rain Day, surely didn't expect sunshine.
"We've had a real good turnout, and the crowd seems to keep growing," the mayor said early in the afternoon. "Everybody seems to be having a good time."
The rain also meant Zimmerman won the traditional hat bet, which this year was made with Miss America 2009 Katie Stam of Indiana.

Stam had already sent Zimmerman a hat in advance, apparently knowing the odds were against her, Zimmerman said. He sported the pink ball cap throughout the day.


A pageant is held every year for Miss Rain Day...a big event in Waynesburg. This years Miss Rain Day is Miss Emily Block.

Miss Rain Day 2009 and her court

This statue in Hoopers Park on High Street in Waynesburg is dedicated to Rain Day.
For the annual event, High Street was blocked off to traffic and vendors and local organizations set up booths along the curb offering food and merchandise. Bands, dancers and singers performed on the stage set up on the county courthouse steps.
It gives local churches and organizations that set up booths a chance to showcase what they do and maybe make a little money. It's also a good place to see people you haven't seen in a while and at least for a day "puts Waynesburg on the map."
McKenzie and I had a fabulous time walking around town in the rain. We would have had a good time without the rain also. We watched the dancers and singers as they performed on the Rain Day stage and checked out all the booths. McKenzie had her hair braided intertwined with many ribbons and beads and her face painted but didn't want any of the food from the venders. We did get bottles of water...the only thing I saw that was remotely healthy...skipped on the funnel cakes, hot sausage sandwiches and other "street or fair foods"...very high in grease, carbs and nasties. I was so glad as the smells were even a bit nauseating at times for me. But we did watch the pie throwing contests, husband calling contests (which really made McKenzie laugh even if she didn't fully understand it), kids on skateboards contests, and the list goes on and on. Not all the booths were funny, food booths nor were they all fund raisers as there were booths from the Humane Society, Abused Children, Education, Fostering Programs, the Future of Coal, etc. Church groups were giving away Bibles, craft tables were set up where you could paint an umbrella, color pictures, etc. or purchase crafts made by local artisians. Even our local newspaper had a booth where you could purchase your newspaper for six months and get a free "Rain Day" umbrella. A money machine was set up and for a fee you could get in the booth and see how much money you could grab in a set amount of time. The only draw back on this was you also had to slide the money through a slot during your allotted time but you got to keep any money that was in the slot when your time ran out. The streets were very crowded but we did talk to many people including Mrs. Moninger who at 101 years young was still attending Rain Day. (I have known Mrs. Moninger since I was a little girl visiting my grandmother.)

Rain Day umbrella contest
Rain Day had its start in 1876, when a farmer casually mentioned to Waynesburg druggist William Allison that it always seemed to rain on his birthday, July 29.
Allison was intrigued by the statement and began keeping a log of the weather on July 29, which has continued to this day.
In the beginning, Rain Day was only observed locally. It was simply a day when bets were placed on whether it would rain or not in Waynesburg on July 29. At midnight, residents would begin a vigil at the courthouse wall to watch and wait for the first few drops to fall.
That changed in the 1930s thanks to the efforts of John O'Hara, a Waynesburg news reporter, who began sending accounts of the events to newspapers and radio stations.
His articles attracted national attention to Rain Day. Rain Day bets, traditionally a hat bet between local residents and traveling salesmen, became more far-reaching, and included celebrities such as Bob Hope, Jack Dempsey, Johnny Carson, and Pittsburgh Steeler Troy Polamalu.
Ken said he still heard music from "uptown" when he left work at 11 pm.
(I even participated in the annual 5K Rain Day Walk/Run which was held last Saturday morning and which benefited Habitat for Humanity. )
Rain Day is a big event in Waynesburg or Rainsburg as it is called on July 29 each year.
Blessings and hugs to all who read my blogs,
Helen


  
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DIANEV5 8/1/2009 4:41PM

    Helen how very interesting it sounds like a lot of fun thanks for all the cool information on your holiday emoticon

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POOH_BEAR_69 7/31/2009 7:14PM

    I'm glad one of us got to enjoy Rain Day, Momma! I would not have been able to resist the funnel cake or the fresh squeezed lemonade!!! Maybe it's better that I didn't make it... emoticon

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POLLY20 7/31/2009 4:20PM

    Helen My Sweet Sis, What a great event.. Rain & all.. Looks like the fun was worth getting wet for.. Take care of your legs & be careful.. Please don't over do too much.. That can make a problem.. Love Ya My Sis xxo

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RD03875 7/31/2009 10:26AM

    What a neat thing!

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JULESELLEN 7/31/2009 6:00AM

    Thanks for sharing a glimpse of what sounds like life in western PA, since you mentioned a Pittsburgh Steeler. What a wonderful blog! Peace and blessings from the Poconos. emoticon

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GHOSTFLAMES 7/31/2009 5:51AM

    HELEN THANKS FOR SHARING MY FRIEND! GOOD JOB ON STAYING ON TRACK AND NOT EATING THOSE BAD FOODS WAY TO GO KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK MY FRIEND HUGS,CHAR

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Legs...

Friday, July 31, 2009

Haven't heard anything yet on my legs. The doctor thinks it is definitely Vasculitis but not sure which type or what caused it. She wanted to talk with the kidney specialist after getting my blood work and urinalysis results from Wednesday. She said that any time you have a problem with your veins, it can affect your kidneys and she has been down that road with me once before and doesn't want to go there again. She was a bit upset that I didn't get in to see her specifically and said I should have gone to the Washington Hospital ER and not to Med Express. At least at the hospital, she would have gotten my reports right away and they would have called her immediately. In the future when I call her office, I am to tell the girls who I am and ask to speak to her directly and not to fool around with the front desk. We'll see how that works out. You know how it goes if you can't get beyond the front girls. Will keep you posted as soon as I hear any results at all.
Love and hugs,
Helen

POSITIVES:
God
A doctor who truly cares and worries about her patients
Modern medicine and God who directs all
Spark friends and family
Great neighbors
McKenzie is home and the sun is shining even in the rain

THANK YOU FOR READING MY BLOGS...I LOVE EACH OF YOU AND I AM BLESSED BY YOUR SUPPORT AND ENCOURAGEMENT!!!

  
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GHOSTFLAMES 8/2/2009 7:59AM

    HELEN I AM A LITTLE LATE HAVE YOU FOUND ANYTHING OUT?I AM ONE OF THOSE FRONT END GIRLS THAT TAKES THE CALL!LOLBUT WE HAVE RULES TO FOWWLOW AND IF I GET A CERTAIN PT. I KNOW WHAT TO DO!I FORGIVE YOU!LOL I REALLY DO KNOW WHAT YOU MEAN THERE ARE SO MANY NEW FACES IN HEALTH CARE I HAVE BEEN HERE AT MY JOB FOR 11 YEARS AND WE STAFF 42 PEOPLE I AM ONE OF THE ORGINALS AND THERE ARE ONLY 4 OF US OUT OF THE 42.GOOD LUCK MY FRIEND HUGS,CHAR

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EBLOOMING 7/31/2009 7:43PM

    Thinking of you Helen and praying too. God be with you and your blessed DR.
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JANETELIZABETH1 7/31/2009 11:50AM

    Helen..those 'front desk' girls are in the UK & Spain too...LOL!!
Praying for some answers for you!
Hugs
Janet

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ALMMOM 7/31/2009 11:49AM

    Hopefully they can get the the bottom of your medical issue quickly and get it treated. Thank goodness for wonderful doctors.

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LINDA25427 7/31/2009 5:02AM

    Good luck with the viens in your legs and I pray that there is nothing wrong with your kidney. God Bless. emoticon

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