My upper respiratory infection is gone, and I’m finally feeling normal again.
A recent check of my immunoglobulins were nearly identical to the results of last February. 68 today vs 68 in February for IgA, 1422 today vs 1458 in February for IgG, and 342 today vs 332 in February for IgM.
I was still able to have my heart CT scan as scheduled Friday, despite being 45 minutes late for the appointment. (I thought it was for 10:30 AM, and when I arrived I was told it was for 9:30 AM)
But mostly I was feeling good about things having come out unscathed, after being side swiped on my bike Thursday, by an old man in a van. Apparently he was in a tremendous hurry to get to the stop sign ahead, and decided I didn’t have a right to the road. So he swung wide into the other lane, clipping my fore arm with his right side mirror, while nearly taking out another rider, as he swerved around him as well. Not sure how I was able to stay upright, but I did. (Must be my tremendous bike handling skills. )
But then Saturday that good feeling slowly started to fade.
Maybe it was the 6 hour flight to Kauai that did me in. (Oh how I’m dreading the flight home.)
Maybe it was when we checked into the hotel, all that was available was a room with two double beds. (Do people really still sleep in double beds?)
Or maybe it was after returning, from an uninspiring 5 hour drive to the north shore [of Kauai], to discover the room the hotel moved us to, location wise, wasn’t quite as nice as the original room. Plus our luggage wasn’t in the room as promised.
Oh well, what can you do? Besides, if I didn’t have anything to complain about, I wouldn’t have nearly as much to blog about.