Writing my government and making gravy

I am just struggling with life this week. Waking up with a headache does not help. At about 3am I realized when I turned my head to the right on my pillow I quickly had stabbing pains in my head and when I turned to the left they went away. Stupid.

I use the fax to government via text service. I think it is called resistbot. I occasionally get responses from Marcy Kaptur but last night I received an email from Sherrod Brown, well I am sure from his office, not him, so this morning I responded to him about my family’s week of the American Healthcare System. Made me feel better. 🙂

Today’s schedule involves walking the dog and making gravy. Not a bad way to spend a day. I would like to go visit my cousin Carol. I keep thinking about her this week so I must need to go spend time with her. Well I admit her amazing Savannah cats are a big draw too. I will send her a message and see if she is around late afternoon.

I think I really am only so cranky because I miss my morning exercise. How weird is that?

Because of the struggle to get my PET scan it makes it dramatic and then this causes me stress because somehow it makes it seem more important and then the results start worrying me. Every time we have had these kind of issues it turns out with a terrible result from the test. I hope this is not the case!

This is what happened when I tried to get you a snuggly picture of Frank this morning




5 thoughts on “Writing my government and making gravy

  1. I detest waiting for test results, especially if you have to wait and wait for the doctor to let you know what they are. That’s just not right.

  2. I hope you are sleeping well and peacefully now. I am glad you were able to get together with your cousin and that it had a calming effect on you. When are you supposed to have the PET scan?

    1. I no longer have a PET scheduled. I will go back to calling today and see what happens. It’s all between the doctor and the insurance company now. Frustrating

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