Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Overwhelmed with blogging

That really should read "Overwhelmed with doctors' appointments." We went to my appointment with the new neurologist in Jonesboro yesterday. It was a good one, and my plans were to write about it last night. I was not tired, or at least I didn't think I was. Jim and I had a nice time at the mall (count me one for that), but before starting to write about that, I had to check out some blogs. Ummm what do you think? Evidently my body thought otherwise about the day. We had to leave here at 8:00 a.m., and then afterwards we spent some time at Turtlecreek Mall, first at the food court, then I at Francesca's, and he at Barnes & Noble. Starbucks, then home.

I finally got me some sunglasses, seeing that I am photosensitive, and this beautiful sunlight has been quite bright lately. Wonder if it would work toward my southern exposure living room window? Think I will try it later. Oh, they are a nice red. Matches just about everything else I have. All the red stuff, I mean. I just tried them, and I think they may work with my laptop monitor. WooHoo, how nice would that be?

Anyway, I got started here, and the next thing I know it is morning, today. I have fought with a headache all day, and have now canceled a hair appointment since unable to get rid of it. A nap sounds good, or just plain relaxing with some mail or blogging. Ah, no, I think maybe some graphic work, now THAT does sound good; I'll move some photos from the other computer.

I'll be back later.

Striving for a world without Myasthenia Gravis


Cara said...

I hope things improve for you and your family soon.



ragdoll said...

Hello Cara. Between your blog being inaccessible for a while, and my dealing with some things here, it seems a long time since we've been able to talk.

Been by your place quickly a few times, and noticed some changes. I just finished a long post about changing neurologist, and most of that is done now, so will have more time for leisurely browsing. My strength from previous activity is improving, too.

I'll be by to see you later.

"Granny" Ragdoll Billie