Sunday, October 19, 2014

10/12/2014 -10/18/2014

The week started with wins by the Bronco's and by the Cardinal's I hope this is a good omen.

Monday it was a trip to the doctors office to get labs done in anticipation of an appointment on Friday.
No games today.

Tuesday the Cardinals lost to the Giants and they aren't looking like they have it together. I'm afraid the season is winding down.

Wednesday was the day to get destitched or is it unstitched? Any way I got the job finished. and now I don't have a stitch on. I will say of all the MOHS surgeries I've had this one caused the most discomfort, primarily because of location. Just moving my head tugged on the stitches

Thursday was the highlight of the week with a trip to the Riverside Club for a get together with Marsha and Paul of Wheres Weaver and they brought along Angie and Rick who they introduced me to last year.

Angie, Marsha, Paul, Me and Rick.

The time passed all too quickly, but always it was enjoyed by all.

My Friday doctors appointment got fouled up when the called to tell me to come in for the labs that I had completed on Monday. The appointment is now scheduled for Monday. Gives you a lot of confidence when the doctors office can't even keep the appointments straight.
Friday it was do or die for the Cardinal's and they died. The season is over and now we start the countdown to spring training. I thank the team for an entertaining season.

Saturday was football day and two of the three teams I follow went up in flames. It sure makes for a long day when the teams you are cheering for are loosing. 

I did get new neighbors yesterday or they got me as they returned to Val's to reclaim their park model. They are from Chassell Michigan which is way up on the upper peninsula. We are slowly becoming populated here at Val's as more folks arrive to claim their spaces. I'm looking forward to meeting many new folks this year. 


14 comments:

  1. So sorry about your Cardinals. Now you can cheer for KC...hehe
    Boy what a nice looking lunch group. Everyone looks so happy....lol
    Hope your unstitches are all healed up!

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    1. Heading in the healing direction.
      That was a nice looking group.

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  2. Maybe you could say you were unlaced? It would set you apart. I don't know many men who wear lace. ;)

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    1. As a guy I hadn't even thought about lace. I only think of lace in connection with footballs.

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  3. Nice to see you smiling with your friends because your poor Cards certainly let you down. No smiling about that! ;c)

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    1. Paul, don't forget...'there's no crying in baseball.'

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  4. It does make you wonder if there admin skills are a reflection of the their medical skills:(

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  5. You sure had a mixed bag of a week. I find these app. setters need some training of some kind. I was supposed to get my results 2 days after my tests from Oct. 1 they finally called for me to go in on Thur. I wish the Dr. would see the error of his ways and bring back the other nurses. But they must already be working somewhere else.

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    1. I plan on passing this info on to the doctor tomorrow. May or may not help.

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  6. Well, John, I guess you can't say we're leaving you in stitches any more! Good that the Broncos won! How about that Manning arm, eh? Nice to see the Weavers there with you again. Always a fun time when you all get together. Next time, have them put the stitches somewhere else, where they won't be so uncomfortable. Just choose a more comfortable spot, and tell them to stitch there.

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    1. Russ, your wisdom is appreciated. I wish I was wise enough to direct the doctor elsewhere for the sewing.
      Yes, it's always fun to meet up with friends.

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  7. I probably don't have as many stitches as you did but mine come out on Wednesday and that will be nice. They're just below my eyebrow and I keep forgetting about them and rub my eyes - it stings pretty good!

    My football teams took it on the chin on the weekend too - Notre Dame and the Seahawks - hate it when that happens.

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    1. We share a team in Notre Dame. I guess pain is natures way of telling you to quit rubbing.

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