Pretty sure they just like to hang out with me; probably heard about my amazing physio skills.
5.5 hours from start to finish.
I warned Heather to bring a book cause it's never a quick process (as I've mentioned before). Think my hair grew a couple of inches while there.
Good news is that I feel better and I was able to convey that to the CF team. My lung function is stable and....drum rollllllllllll......
I gained 2 lbs!!!
It's my aunt's cooking; she's trying to plump me up.
More blood work and other tests were done and I, once again, avoided admittance, providing I promised to let them know if I became worse. I will continue on with the oral antibiotics and puffers, and hope they smother the infection to DEATH.
Just to be clear, here's what I would do if they were adamant about me being locked up:
|Except I'm a girl and have nicer shoes|
My sympathy goes out to my CF friend Amy, as she was admitted today.
I continue to laze around, being waited on by my super awesome aunt. But it's okay - we've already decided that I will visit her in her nursing home some day and return the favor.
Today I had an appointment with Wheel-Trans. They are a service for the physically disabled. What's beautiful is they will pick you up at your door and drop you off anywhere you want in the city.
I've been fighting it for months. Blame it on the stubborn streak....thanks Nanny. Guess I wanted to be a big girl and ride the normal transit system. Except that's sucking more and more each time and possibly giving me germy presents. Apparently my O2 tank is invisible, as people are doing the following less and less: offering their seat, holding the door open & other decent human being stuff.
Wheel-Trans guy was super cool, which made the whole experience much better. It's not easy realizing that you're less and less able to do things on your own.
But then I remember how cool I am and the world becomes bright again.
I received the nicest card & letter from a girl I used to go to school with. She wrote that my blog made her laugh and cry, well....she made ME cry. She's such a sweet girl AND even gave me an OMG!! Starbucks card!!!!
We will absolutely have a tall blonde together; Starbucks on me when I return to NS.
The support I'm receiving never fails to stun and amaze me. Hugs and happy lungs to everyone!