No PA today, a quiet day

I had a very quiet Thursday.

I didn’t see Frances today. She had an appointment at her GP’S to get blood work done for her diabetic consultant.

So she had the day off.

I did not do much of anything today. I just relaxed.

I did get up early, and I did work for a few hours on friendly call.

Other than that my day was unproductive.

I feel rested though which is nice.

I am seeing Frances tomorrow morning, we’re meeting at the grocery store at 9 AM!

I got a letter from my diabetic nurse, I have an appointment to see her on May 3rd. At 9 AM!

I am going to ask her about changing my meds. I want to try the zempec instead of the Trulicity.

I’ve heard it works better.

I thought my appointment was clashing with my apt with Dr. Barry, but it isn’t.

I see Dr. Barry on the 3rd also, but I see her at noon.

The two appointments are in the same area, just in two different buildings, but it means I’ll have to go up there in the morning, come back home, and go back out again to see Dr. Barry at noon.

It is good though that the diabetic nurse was able to fit me in so quickly.

I just hope the appointment is going to be useful.

I guess we’ll see. Fun times.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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