CT scan with contrasts checked off the list. Probably won't hear anything about results until after the holidays. 'Tis the season for vacation days, and I don't begrudge anyone wanting to spend extra time with their families. Struggling not to have a pity party. I was so-o-o-o hungry after the scan, but if I ate that late, I wouldn't be hungry to eat dinner with hubby, so I waited. Still hungry. Made myself sad because every quick snack I could think of are on the list of things I'm not supposed to eat. I'm going to need to find a home for all of the fruit I just bought, cause there is no way hubby can eat it all before it goes bad. I think giving up fruit is going to be the hardest. Oh, well. Such is life. Sometimes it sucks, sometimes it blows, and sometimes it gives us little surprises that fill our hearts with joy. I just need to keep my eyes open so I don't miss them.
My eyes are another issue. My right eye is all blurry and goes back and forth between being extremely dry and watering too much. My left eye (the one they did on Tuesday) is extremely sensitive to light, a symptom I didn't have with the right. I alway have a blinking effect with it, like it is twitching or a strobe light is linking in my peripherals. Strange. I'm starting to worry that I just traded one set of visual problems for another, and can't trade back.
I know, whine, whine, whine...I should get some cheese to go with that...oh, wait...I can't have cheese either.
My son is home.
My hubby of 31 years still loves me.
My Christmas tree is lovely.
I have a nice, well insulated home.
We have clean water to drink.
All 3 of us have jobs.
I have a soft warm blanket.
Jesus supplies all my needs.
My God is sufficient for me...