Saturday, 27 October 2018

Project 365 week 43

My room after an emergency admission to my place of work.



Monday

It was a loooonnngggg night staring at the ceiling. I have done a blog post on my ordeal if you want a read.




Tuesday

Somebody missed me while I was away and spent the night on my knee.




Wednesday

Bob was to have his synacthen tests today, the ones they cancelled the other week when DD1 had not stopped his medication. So there was an emergency babysitter on standby in case I had been kept in yesterday. So Spud and I walked down to the fishery and met up with hubby and dog for a walk round. Hubby and Spud had lots of fun playing chase and chucking leaves at each other, a blog post will follow. 







Thursday

Went in to speak to a GP as during the day I had had two bouts of it going black,solid and cold but he could not advise me on what to do as he did not have in the test results. So I rand the ward and they passed a message to the consultant who phoned me back and said he did not think it was serious and not to worry. I am sure that will look good on top of my ashes. 

A walk round the park in Ayr, a bag of chips and then a walk along the river. Spot the dog amongst the leaves, need to paint some white stripes on her. 




Friday

Nothing much doing. Catching up on housework and walking the dog. Down to babysit the kids while DD1 picked up Bob from gymnastics. His dad is on back shifts for the next few weeks so he dropped him off on the way to work.

There has been a lot of swan aggro on the ponds this week. Two of them ganging up on a third. Here is one attempting to get away but it was followed.






Saturday

I have always been a shallow breather, but this was suggested to me to strengthen the lungs and to improve my breathing so going to give it a go.







10 comments:

  1. What a week for you! I hope your test results come back soon and you can get any treatment you need.

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    1. so do I, concerned about the damage that may be being done to my cold black thumb.

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  2. Quite an eventful week for you and not in a good way. I hope you have answers before too long.

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  3. I hope you are feeling better now after your stay in hospital. I hope Bob's tests went OK.

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    1. don't think there is much chance of Bob's adrenal gland ever doing its job again.

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  4. Sorry to hear you've been poorly. I hope the results come back soon and you can feel better soon. I hope Bob's test went well too. Hugs xx

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    1. Don't feel ill but am rather concerned the longer they leave it it may well cause damage.

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  5. Oh Elaine, what a stressful week for you. Hope the test results are back with some answer, and the same with Bob's test results. It's frustrating when the medical professionals try to fob you off with cheerful "it's going to be fine" replies.
    The swan aggro looks pretty serious.

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    1. it seemed fairly aggressive and was relentless, guess the breeding pair feel threatened by an outsider.

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