Oh, my! I hate waking up after the drugs wore off and seeing that I spelled treat wrong in that last post. It was the drugs . . ok? Typos and spelling errors make me break out in hives and rashes! Not really.
And, did I mention that “Miss Disorganized” has every card in her wallet EXCEPT her insurance card! I don’t have a clue when I last saw that thing? I was trying to call Vince, who I thought was teaching a class but when I couldn’t get him, I called Chad to see if he would run down to the college and get Vince to call the hospital or if Chad would go somewhere and fax me his insurance card but Chad told me Vince was in the middle of an emergency too. The hospital was very nice to take my word that I had insurance and finally Vince had a break and was able to fax his card but I still haven’t been able to talk to him today. The hospital did give me copies of my card in the unlikely event I need them again before getting home.
But for those who thought I should get the allegy tests, I called my doctor and have an appointment the day after I get home. His nurse thinks he will definitely send me on to an allergist and that’s fine. I’m ready to try to get to the bottom of this.
Between the frequent kidney stones and less frequent allergy attacks, I am starting to re-think my traveling schedule and I don’t want to live that way.
I was thinking this morning .. as bad as it is for me to go through this, it’s worse for my friends! I scared Eileen to death last night. I knew things were going downhill fast and I pretty much ran out of there. I was planning to go to the hospital that’s a bit farther from her house and felt sure I could make it. In Lake Charles, looks like there are police at every corner so I knew if I had a problem, I could get help fast. Then I remembered a much closer hospital and went there.
My other friend, Betty, was with me at the AQS Show in Nashville when I had to have surgery for kidney stones. She was pretty worried about me then too. We each had vehicles and when it was time to go, I still couldn’t drive so she left me there and I stayed another day. Mind you . . I had my sewing machine and fabric and was in a pretty nice suite type hotel and wouldn’t have minded staying another week!
But, the allergy problems will be solved . . the kidney stones — maybe not!
I’m betting my traveling buddies are reading this and thinking . . do I really want to travel with her any more?