Snubbing you all!

No, I’m not!  I’ve just been busy the last couple of days.

I’m good!  I feel good. Thanks for your concern.   All of the kidney pain is gone for now.  I’ve got some residual pain from the angio, and a bruise that is freakishcool!  Doctors appointment next week, and then we’ll go from there.

I’m snowed in today, so working from home and listening to my son say odd things.  Work is really really busy and stressful right now, and I figure it will stay this way until the first week in April, at which time I will take a breath.
Back to work, I leave you with pictures of my front and side yard.

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Comments on: "Snubbing you all!" (0)

  1. gosh, I need to catch up with you. HUGS!!!!

  2. I’m glad you are feeling better!That looks like what we had.  I’m staying home – cooking, cleaning (well I haven’t gotten to that yet), blogging and paying bills.  Actually, it has been a pretty nice day!

  3. Well….its about time! Just kidding. I’m glad you are doing okay though. Aren’t those bruises something?? Did they put you to sleep?? Just curious. They have never put me to sleep for that…..but I wasn’t going to tell you! 🙂

  4. @jeezelouise101 -you were safe, I knew.  Nope, didn’t put me to sleep.  Didn’t even drug me until seconds before.  Gave me a little bit of something to relax me, a shut to numb me and then bam!  Wasn’t as bad as I thought it was going to be.  Renal is not as bad as cardiac.  It’s quicker and I think it’s better coming out!  Fun to watch on the monitors.

  5. wow… look at all that SNOW!!!    very purty!

  6. Wow I am glad you are feeling better!!

  7. We have about 1/4-1/2″ of snow on the ground this morning…  and all the schools within a 20-country region are closed.  Wimps.Hugs,Moss

  8. M husband is in a similar place with his job.  There’s so much to do, it’s impossible for him to do everything!  Good thing he’s leaving in a bit over a month!  I’m glad yours will be over in April.  At least there’s an end in sight!  I get freakish bruises, too.  When I had my wisdom teeth out I was bruised for about three weeks (also because I’m really pale and they did a crappy job).  It definitely increased sympathy though since everyone could see them.  I also decided I couldn’t go back to work when I had originally planned because everywhere I went people were giving me piteous looks.  Glad you are feeling pretty good!  The snow is pretty if nothing else!

  9. Anonymous said:

    So happy to hear you are feeling better.  That snow looks cold and also beautiful.

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