But very good. I am still off my arthritis meds and that is a little more difficult as far as joints. But what the heck, I can live with that. Now, THANK YOU, THANK YOU for all of the support. Putting up with all of my complaining. Now I will feel more like reading blogs. Before I was stuck in my own little world with one big problem. Now I feel very confident I have the new doctor and the grump and hope I get the new doctor more than grump. One thing, I am going to say that I need to break, is COMPLAINING. I am alive and hopeful I will remain that way, for a while. That is a big thing so I better enjoy it. Joe so generously points out I could step off a curb and get killed. I better make sure he is not behind me. He has been great through this all. Hauling me back and forth, getting lost in the hospital, getting a notice on the car he can’t park there, and will be ticketed if he does again. It has been quite a ride. It isn’t over but at least I am getting results. I got one of my meds that I had to go from 5 mg. to 10 and take once a day and it was 40.00. That is cheap when it comes to comparing it to multaq, which I don’t take any more. The sun is out and it looks warm but looks are deceiving. It was supposed to get down to 3 above last night. No wind and sunshine makes for people going out in this weather with a light jacket and freezing. Joe just informed me that our thermometer reads 12. He called weather just now and it is supposed to get to a high of 17. Beautiful weather!!! I heard it was balmy in Fla. What is it like in North Carolina? Best get ready to go get breakfast.
- Lincoln, Ne., United States
- I am married, had 5 children. 4 boys and 1 girl. Oldest is deceased. 9 grand kids, 10 great grand child and 2 more on the way. .I love hearing from people, and have made some true friends on the blog, (I think) I hope. We have a fat beagle named Spunky 5 years old and spoiled rotten, but we are huge dog lovers. Married 44 years.