Thursday Thrills

Community Leader
Registered: 04-22-2003
Thursday Thrills
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Thu, 11-08-2012 - 10:45am

I'm really thrilled that my neck has been holding up well and I haven't had to rely on the chiropractor lately - hooray (pease don't let me have jinxed myself)!  That chronic pain stuff is totally for the birds, don't miss it one bit.

What is thrilling with you?

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Registered: 04-22-2003
Fri, 11-09-2012 - 1:40pm

Oh Mary, don't you just hate those days? 

My sweet boss came to work one day with mismatched shoes and we got the biggest kick out of it!  I think it helps when you can laugh (although it's way funnier when someone else has the wrong color socks to match the pants - hahaha).

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Registered: 08-15-2005
Thu, 11-08-2012 - 3:52pm

I'm thrilled I was able to get most of the BLUE toner that I got on my pants off with a vacuum!!!  Not my day...I spill all this toner over my pants and then realize I had on blue socks instead of black...I should have just went home and started all over!!!!

Glad to hear your neck is doind better...I haven't been to my Chiro since April and I use to go almost every 3-4 weeks.  It's been pretty good, but I should get a couple of appointments in before the end of the year....we are getting new insurance starting Jan.  Urgh!

Brie I didn't know you had an issue, could it be something relating to just having Zo?  Hope all turns out well.  I get a mammogram every year, my sister had breast cancer about 2 years ago at the age of 49.  That makes me at a higher risk.  She is doing fantastic!!!  Early detection really is the key!

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Registered: 04-22-2003
Thu, 11-08-2012 - 3:51pm

Maybe for the next baby.

Hahahahaha - you're a funny girl!

I'm so glad that the mammogram looks good.  One more hoop to jump through and you'll be on easy street!

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Registered: 10-12-2010
Thu, 11-08-2012 - 1:25pm

Glad you're still feeling well!

I'm thrilled to be insured. Copay today for the mammogram/ultrasound was very small. That's pretty nice.

Mammogram came back ok (and not at all painful, and I got to see the images this time). Ultrasound, that's a bit iffy. Radiologist recommends either a needle biopsy or an MRI, so we'll see what my doc and then insurance says and will proceed accordingly. She's not very concerned except that I do have fibrous tissue, and the lump isn't the same as any of the other tissue. In her mind, either of the procedures will just rule out that it's nothing, not necessarily reveal that it's something, IYKWIM.

I didn't go to the breast center at our usual hospital (where Zo was born), but at one further up the road a bit. VERY nice. Warmed gowns and robes (and blankets when I was on the u/s table), pod coffee so I could choose type/flavor, snacks... just a lovely place with really nice women. Doc suggested this one because they're never backed up, and I cannot understand why. They're just so great. Makes me wonder what their birthing center is like -- bet it's amazing, too. Maybe for the next baby. Wink (I'm so totally kidding!!)

So, now we wait, but I feel better about it, for sure. So glad I was able to get this appt today!


Brie
Mom to Libby/17, William/12, and Jacob/8