Friday, January 27, 2012

A Frosty Grace

Taken January 8, 2012.

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  1. Today's medical procedure of the day is ... colonoscopy. Fortunately, not mine but, unfortunately for her, my mother's (who has been having problems). As bad as the prep is for us younger folks, it's really much harder on a 90-year-old body. Poor thing. Next up, worrying about the procedure (which is more dangerous for the elderly), worrying about what they might find, and worrying about what if they don't find anything and we still won't know what's causing her problems.

    Wishing everybody a much better day.

  2. Andi. here's hoping everything goes very smoothly with your mother. I am sorry to hear that she has to go through this.

    Farf, nice Friday flash.

    Waves to all.

  3. ::sends Andi's mom good vibes::

    Loads of rain & wind here today. Am VERY glad I don't have to go anywhere. Just waiting for Peapod for groceries and then med tech with my CPAP.

    Sent sample audio file off to ACX for QA, so I'm taking a recording hiatus until they get back to me. I'm planning to make it a read/watch/nap kind of weekend.


  4. Hope all goes well with your mom.

  5. Andi, hope your mom gets through it OK and they find something minor causing her problems.

    Thanks Dina!

    Maria, sounds like a heavenly weekend. Any tips for someone who wants to do a little recording, other than do it when Mason's napping? I have a good mike & recording software.

    Hi Mary!

    There's Mason, just in time for me to go to work…

  6. Thanks Dina, Maria, Mary, and Farf. Procedure isn't until 2 p.m. so I've got lots of time left for some stellar worrying but I'll take your good thoughts along with me.

  7. Fingers crossed for your mom, Andi.

    Flat Kelly here today. Up late carousing with authors followed by not enough sleep. Thinking napping thoughts.

  8. Mom's home and the news is reasonably good. She has diverticulosis (pitting in the intestine wall) and may have microscopic colitis (but we won't know that for a week). Both of them are treated with metamucil and some diet considerations. Thanks again to everybody for the good vibes.

  9. That's great, Andi. Treatable is good!