Well, deja vu last autumn.
1. Sox will play the Angels in the ALDS. At least I'm not living in a hotel for two weeks. (Thank God says Sweden!)
2. And Mom is in the hospital again.
Fluid in one lung. And some odd things going on with her hands and feet. They're monitoring her blood every 4 hours. Something about her heart, which oddly they'd always said was in great shape. I guess it is up until the moment that it isn't.
I don't know anything more. Rather frustrating. I don't trust a single doctor. It has been this way for more years than I can remember. Whatever I hear, I just think, "Yeah, umhm, right." And wait 24 hours for them to say something different.
Of course, she doesn't want anyone to go visit her. And really, I get sick to my stomach just walking into a hospital.
But last year, one of my good HS friends didn't get a chance to say goodbye to his mother before she lost consciousness and she had a DNR and well....you know....those thoughts linger.
Every day we should cherish what we have and who we share it with.
Blah blah. Anyway. No crying. Hugs and all that.
Tuesday, September 27
Life Fitness Treadmill
Standing heart rate: 78
Average heart rate: 129
Max heart rate: 145
Workout mode: RANDOM mode level email@example.com
Calories: 804 Distance: 2.46 Time: 65:00
NOTE: Really thought the exercise would drum up some hunger. It didn't. I found myself uninterested in eating until about 8:30 at night. What's up with that? I'll probably never see the 900s again as I am trying so hard not to overwork the knee. So far, so good.
I Ated It
Sesame Ezekiel bread: 2 slices
1 tblsp garlic
1 TBL reduced fat shredded cheese
1/4 cup Blueberries
2 mini size snickers
Losing Weight; Finding Men
"Never make someone a priority in your life when you are just their option."