October ended with us going to see Dr Devinney (Rick's ortho doc with his shoulder) ... Dr wants Rick to have 4 weeks of "work conditioning therapy". IF the injury insurance will pay for it. We wait to see - should hear back today.
And we went to MD Anderson for me to have a check up with Dr. Frumovitz ... Dr said that I was looking good. He has changed the schedule from seeing me every 3 months, to now seeing me every 4 months. He ordered chest x-rays, heard back yesterday - all clear! Praise the Lord!!!
In coming to Houston for MD Anderson - we were once again welcomed into Mike and Nina's home. Due to vacation time, and a scheduled trip out of town ... we are staying at their house this week -- playing with the dogs and watching the house.
The trees had started turning colors when we left Sulphur Springs last week - so we were blessed to see colors on the way to Houston.
It has rained several days while here. The hardest rain was the morning of my appointment at MD Anderson. It was rained so hard that it was hard to see the car in front of us. Took all that Rick and I had to watch all the traffic during rush hour. But thankfully, we made it fine to MDA and back. No problems.
The weather is near perfect - 50's at night, and low 70's during the day. With the cool fronts moving thru, the humidity is lower than normal here. Which is GOOD! lol
Not sure what day we are leaving Houston. We will have to go back to SS - because I forgot Rick's EPO shots. But on the good side - his nurse from the Dialysis center called the end of last week and said that his blood count has gone from in the 7's and 8's to 11.3!!! So now he only takes one EPO shot a week for maintenance, instead of having to take 2 a week! Praise God!!!
Guess i had better get off here and look for something to fix for lunch ...
God bless you and yours!
So why "Scattered Feathers" ? ? ?
You can read it here