Good Morning to all of you. The doctor's appointment was a success...A BIG ONE. My Endo has switched me from synthroid/t3 generic to Armor. My insurance insisted I use generic (which my side effect when I started meds was high bb) They insisted T3 be generic. My high BB came back. So we are going to Armor that has both. AND..If you have not had this test get it!!! Full name is Methylenetetrahydrofolate and is shortened to MTHFR. I had test due to heavy cancer in family. I have mutated A1298C gen. This relates to thyroid, folate, and more unknown than known. My Endo knew about this test and when he saw I had a mutation he immediately gave me a B12 shot, I will also be taking OTC B9. My examination was like nothing I'd seen before. He checked my teeth like a horse for goodness sake. I had this test months ago and general doctor said "don't worry about it" but I kept looking for more information. Dr. Michael Ruscio said it affected thyroid. So when I saw my Endo I found out OH YES IT Does. It is a simple draw of blood.
Breakfast for me today will start with my coconut oil/cream coffee. Then my fat shot in a glass, then I'm thinking deviled eggs with salmon eggs on top..
MAW, That's scary to lose your purse like that. I did mine once, left it in a shopping cart at Albertsons - but one of the clerks saw me drive out and knew who I was, but I realized it as soon as I got home and he'd taken it inside. No one had access to get to it. (I live only 5 minutes or so away).. But I really freaked out.. Glad you got it back intact.
It's been a quiet day here today, supposed to start raining anytime and then supposed to rain for several days. I'm really getting tired of it!
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Yikes! Not the best way to get your heart rate up!
I take some ribbing for being a geek cause I never buy a purse without a shoulder strap, (and I wear it like a bandolier) but I can't tell you how many times I misplaced them in my younger days! So, geek it is!
I'm glad you had "friendlies" who took charge of it!
What a morning! As I was heading to my car after doing my shopping at the Farmers Market, i realized I didn't have my purse with me! The folks at one of the stalls let me leave my bag there while I searched. I retraced my steps and my stops, left word at three official places there, and then went through the whole market in case I had missed someplace. No luck. Got home, and there was a message on my machine from someone who didn't identify himself saying he had gotten a call from my cell phone saying that the phone was at Heartland Ranch. (I had listened to the message several times before I figured out that it was my brother!) I went back to the market, after cancelling one credit card and putting holds on my other credit cards, my debit card, and my checks, and found my purse where I had sort of thought I might have left it. I looked on the ground when I went back, and apparently I had left it on the counter, but in front of a box so the vendors couldn't see it when I asked them if I had left it there. Whew! And they're people I buy from a lot, so I'm comfortable with them. I'm going to go ahead and cancel the credit cards, just in case, because it's such a hassle if there are any unauthorized charges.
I was absolutely soaked when I got home, what with running all over the market in the heat and humidity. I figure I got my exercise in for the day while I was there - from my accelerated heart rate due to the near panic, if nothing else! However, all's well that end's well, as they say.
I had a very long, crazy week. I died out early last night and so did my laptop. Right before I panicked (having already had my hard drive at work die suddenly), I realized it was probably a dead battery! :) It was! Whew...
I have a long list for today, and I've already crossed four things off it, but I can't lose momentum. Some client work, some housework, a delivery of stuff to my mom and then if she's in a good frame of mind (and willing to be nice), the boys and I will take her for a drive!
Suzanne, go for the pedicure!! I'm going to try to fit a DIY one in at home today figuring my toes can dry while I'm working on my computer.
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Not sure what I am doing today. Dh and drew are still sleeping. James and I had breakfast and took a walk. I might go see a movie this afternoon or get a pedicure. Dh owes me a break from the baby! And to continue from yesterday's thread. Do not forget to eat enough fat! Chicken thighs, not breast. Unless you add mayo!
It's supposed to be a hot one today. And humid. Fortunately, I'll be inside most of the day, working at the library. I'm going to start by going to the Farmers Market. I have to be quick there, both because of time constraints and because it's hard on my knee and I've been having problems with it the past few days anyway.
Yesterday, on a whim, I stopped at a yard sale. I got a cheap, rusted charcoal grill; an electric gridle, and a set of sheets. And I even haggled a bit, though considering how willing he was to accept my lower offer, I must have offered too much. Oh well. One reason I never want to have a garage sale is that I would feel insulted by what people were willing to pay for my precious things!
The sheets are for the cats. The gridle is for cooking, well, gridle-y things. All I have are round cast iron skillets, and they just aren't good for some things. The roundness, that is. And with my gas stove that only has one size burner, the outside area on the round skillets doesn't get as hot as the rest. Hard to cook things evenly. We'll see. The last thing I need is more stuff! (Well, actually, I can think of a lot of things that I need less than I need more stuff, but you know what I mean!)
We'll see whether I actually use the grill. I used to have one and seldom used it so I gave it away. This one is bigger and is for setting on the ground instead of on a table. If I like it and actually use it, I may get a better one. It's sort of a vicious circle. I got a cheap one so it probably doesn't work as well as a better one would, so I'm less likely to like it and get a better one. But we'll see. So many of you talk about grilling and I thought I'd give it a try. Any tips?
Have a great day, everyone! I've got to get going so I can get stuff back home before going to the library.
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