Well where to begin? Just noticed the date. Today would have been my Mom and Dad's 83rd anniversary.
Back to last week. The eye doctor's office never returned our calls. Finally went on line for a doctor to get a prescription for antibiotic eye drops. After the shot in the eye for macular degeneration Bill's eye hurt like the devil for several days. Called the eye doctors office, they said they would call right back. Never heard from them. By Saturday his eye was oozing a yellow discharge. Still could not get a hold of eye doctor. Anyway got a prescription for eye drops and he is much better now. Discharge has gone away and eye has finally stopped hurting.
As for me - I went to the cardiologist and was given the thumbs up. All my tests came back fine. My heart and veins are fine. No medical reason for higher blood pressure. Am on a new stronger pill. And will see him again in the spring. A relief. Personally I think it is the stress of being stuck at home inside. The weather has finally cooled down some, at least at night and in the mornings. And for a few days the air has been without smoke. This morning I took a 2.4 mile walk in 40 minutes. I know that isn't record breaking, but I'm happy with it. Also we've gone out to stores a couple of times.
I love Smucker's Strawberry Jelly [lot of jam out there, but don't like it, nor do I like other brands of jelly] and it is impossible to find in the grocery stores any more. Bill spent a lot of time on the Internet and found these last 12 jars in existence and ordered them for me. Gotta love that!I didn't know he'd ordered them so imagine my surprise when he called me out to the kitchen to see them.
And - on the way back from the doctor's office we stopped at Little Caesars Pizza for a couple of pies. Haven't had any since we had Little Caesars in Huatabampo. It was better there!
Also got a new box of puzzles in the mail. Again Bill ordered them for me. Good thing it came as I was down to the last puzzle in the last box.
Yep - that will work. And I can change it from mask to mask.