Eurydice (eurydice72) wrote,

And life goes on

Thanks to everyone who listened to me whinge yesterday. Sometimes my frustration gets the better of me. But my xrays and blood work were done this morning, so now I wait until net week when I go in and talk about the results. Today has been a little better, and I've decided that there is one thing I can most definitely do, and will do because the alternative isn't acceptable. Losing weight will take pressure off my hip, and as long as I avoid impact aerobics, I should be okay. So that's the mission now. Because like I said, the alternative isn't acceptable.

We did get some good news yesterday that I forgot to mention in my frustration. The MIL had her lung function test to see if she can fly, and she passed. So that means they get to come over for the holidays. None of these 10-week visits anymore, though. This one will only be 3 or 4 weeks. That's the max she can stay away from her treatments. But that short a period, I can definitely live with. Christmas wasn't quite the same without them last year.
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