Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Whole Lot of Nutin

Wow, I just realized it's been 2 weeks since I last posted. Amazing how time flies when your doing a whole lot of nothing. Ok, we haven't exactly been doing nothing, theres doctor visits, housekeeping, visiting friends, shopping, etc, etc, etc, you know, all the routine day to day stuff. A few of the things we do have lined up are, getting the MRI on my knee this week, to assess the damage (hopefully minor). Sheryl will be getting 2 more injections in her back to help with her chronic back pain (the last one worked great). Skin cancer screening next week at the dermatologist and of course the ever popular colonoscopy scheduled for April. Yup, had to wait until April as that was the first open appointment they had, so it looks like we'll be here for 2 more months. We weren't real happy about staying that long, but I guess there are worst places to ride out the Winter.
Today is also crazy windy, with quite the dust storm blowing, you can not even see the mountains right on the other side of town, now that's alot of blowing sand and dust!!!
So that's all the news that's fit to print for now, we'll catch you back here next time, we actually have something to blog about, hard to make day to day life interesting.


Paul and Marti Dahl said...

Hope that Sheryl is feeling better after all the "fun" she's had.

Now it's your turn. Bet you're looking forward to that peek in the tush. Hope you can keep down all the junk they make you drink beforehand. Just make sure the black tank is empty before you start...

Hopefully your knee won't be too bad. You're too young to be old! ;c)

Rick and Kathy Rousseau said...

Even though you are writing for people who follow your blog don't forget the most important reason. A blog without the b is a log a journal of life and even if stubbing your toe or going to the doctor's sounds mundane to you it gives many other people hope that they are not alone in their challenges but gives them someone to root and pray for.

So please keep Loving Your Life as we do Ours.

It's about time.

Mike and Terri said...

Hope Sheryl feels better soon and your MRI shows minimal to no damage.