In the next 2 weeks I am scheduled for something nearly every day. FYI: last week wasn't much better. But I digress...
- We're talking aquatic therapy 3 times each week.
- There is therapy once a week.
- I saw my psychiatrist this morning (and traffic was a mess, so was taking some deep <fat girl> breaths as I made it to my appointment)
- I have the CT urogram this week - where they catheterize me and inject a dye in my bladder, then follow it with a CT (hence the name LOL)
- I had blood work to do before I could do the CT
- I will be seeing the physiatrist for a follow-up
- There is the oh-so-fun EMG at the neurologist's to evaluate my carpal tunnel
- Then I see the hand specialist the day after the EMG to see where things stand, since I had the cortisone shots in both hands during two separate visits.
- A week after the CT, I will see a urogynecologist who will do some sort of test requiring catheterization
- I am on a committee for a seminar at my church. I have a meeting for that tomorrow night. The event is on Saturday.
I can barely breathe just typing it.
Now, I did contact the physiatrist this afternoon to let her know that I fell on Friday. In the basement. Onto the concrete. I'm in some serious pain. My back seems worse. My right knee took a hit. My right ankle twisted when I landed. I think some damage was done to my left ankle, on which I had surgery that had me laid up for the better part of 2 months.
Yeah, I'm cranky.
I'm a stress eater.
I'm trying to get back onto the Weight Watchers program.
This does not add up. But.... I won't be home very often to be tempted. Oy!
As a PS: I know that most people would be envious of my schedule. I just have to respond by saying that I am bipolar currently in a depression so severe the docs have talked of me being hospitalized. Oh, and my agoraphobia has surfaced a little bit, so going out, especially by myself, is pretty scary. So, I'll go back to working full-time if I could get rid of some of this junk!!! I'll leave it at that.
I want to add Bible study to this list. It's something I look forward to each week, but it makes life (and dinner!) more insane.
Thank you if you've made it to the end of this post.