Moving quickly and moving slowly....

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Some things in life are moving along so rapidly and some are moving but slowly. My sister and her husband bought a house near their current house, and my parents bought their house. Now, we can buy the farm and move in the country like we wanted to so long ago. We also have to sell our house. Our daughter's family wanted to buy it, but they don't want to take out a loan, so we will probably have to sell to someone else.

The slowly is the rest of the health things. The Endocrinologist and the Internal Medicine doctor both have backed down the Type 2 diabetes and said maybe just a blood sugar impairment, but not important to figure out at this time. The Endocrinologist increased the Metformin to help with the lipid panel.

I am generally feeling pretty well, but still have a lot of fatigue. The family stresses this past few months haven't helped that either. I have also been down due to s.a.d. We have had 3 snowstorms recently.....yes, in April, and we are lacking sun.

I have been offered some jobs and asked if I had thought about being a model, so I must be looking better even though the body is following slowly. I don't think modeling is in my future, but I would love to continue makeup, hair, wardrobe design for fashion photo shoots. I was also offered a job at Mayo while talking to a Mayo employee. She didn't know anything about me. That has happened to me several times.

I believe I have enough jobs for now. Although my allergist suggested I go back to school to be a doctor......hmmmmm....that would be interesting.
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    Keep busy but don't forget to take care of yourself.
    1762 days ago
    How wonderful to be finally getting your dream!! Hope your house sells fast!
    1763 days ago
    Sounds like you have a lot of neat things going on. emoticon
    1763 days ago
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