That’s not a radio station, but what my temperature has been.
One minute I’m burning up and the next, I’m freezing.
I’m just a hot mess! Although I have to say it’s kind of cool to have hair long enough to put in a ponytail. Albeit my pony is only about 2.5 inches long.
One bright spot is that the doc’s office said that since the last time I was there in Feb, I’ve lost 13lbs.
I wish I could figure out how to get to Houston. I’d go in a minute, but then my mom and dad would have to take care of Zoe. Zoe gets really anxious when they do. I am thinking about maybe asking one of her friends to drive her to school or set up playdates so that she is not as upset about the prospect of me leaving town.
This is what my neck looks like sans the fat on the sides of his face. And the line that says “Here” is more where it is located. Although I have to say I have a much longer neck than Jon L does, so it’s maybe a little higher. And my doc did say it’s higher than a normal thyroid issue would be, but that’s kindasorta what it looks like.
I just can’t imagine that all of my symptoms are related to steroid tapering.
Natalie Dee always knows just what to say:
I also like this one since they say one in three children born in the year 2000 will get diabetes:
I can do this. I may be down, but I won’t ever be out. (and what the hell does that really mean?)
Your assignment today is to tell me your favorite breakfast foods.
P.S. I’m missing my debu_sweetie. I can’t really talk on the phone so it’s been some pretty short convos lately.