Linds and I got up bright and early to head off to TGH. Mondays, if you remember, are my crazy long hospital days, involving many appointments and tests. The exception for today was my clinic being rescheduled to Friday.
The doctors likely couldn't handle their excitement at seeing me so had to give themselves more prep time.
We tackled the blood lab first. Have I mentioned how cheery the blood lab employees are? No? Well, they are like a breath of fresh...oh wait. Nope, just the opposite. It's either a bad work environment, or they all just feel real crabby about poking people all day.
After blood work we booked a ticket for some more radiation. Love me some radiation.
Finally it was time to down a badly required Starbucks, breakfast and my purse full of drugs. (Blood work has to be done before my anti-rejection meds, and I can't eat until I take my anit-rejection meds.)
Next we busted it up to physio. I was so proud of myself! Every day I get stronger (I know what you're asking yourselves..."How could she possibly get any stronger than she is now???") and I upped the tension on the bike to FIVE!! and went 3.3 on the tread.
Linds was extremely helpful - walking in place beside me on the tread, stretching alongside me and even squatting it up with me.
Check out my speedy kicks:
After I was done flexing my incredible muscles at physio, we jaunted off to the PFT lab. Linds thoroughly enjoyed watching me 'pant in the box' and was just as excited as I was to find out that my lung function is now...
|She just can't believe it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!|