After the fundraising dinner last week, Monday meetings, Monday program and a class on Thursday I was tired. If I had a rope I would have been near the end of it.
Far Guy has pericarditis again. At least this time he recognized the signs early before an ambulance and air ambulance ride was necessary like back in 2011. Pericarditis can happen after a virus…he is feeling “almost normal” after 36 hours on the anti- inflammatory medication. Hopefully after this course of medication he will be all better. If it ain’t one thing it is another.
My Doctor finally found a blood pressure medication for me that doesn’t cause hives. It remains to be seen if it lowers my blood pressure significantly or not..it sends me looking for a potty every hour or so. I finally printed out a list of blood pressure meds and circled the ones in red that I cannot take. Some make me sleep for 20 hours straight, some make me lose hair in gobs, some make my joints hurt so bad I have a hard time walking, some make me real short of breath, some rob me of potassium, some just don’t lower my blood pressure at all and most give me hives. When I was first diagnosed with High Blood Pressure I gave up coffee and staved off medications for several years. I don’t like taking medications..and the stupid blood pressure pill is the only one I take except for vitamins. I “think” that The Lyme's Disease may be mostly behind me and if the blood pressure medication situation is resolved I might feel like a real person one of these days.
This Loon parent has two babies, one is on his/her back. We stopped to walk Chance at a Public Access and saw this Loon. I only had my idiot camera..I was bummed out..my big girl camera would have captured this wonderfully. We were out looking for garage sales not wildlife. Yesterday was one of my days off.
I was happy to see a successful loon hatch! Now if they can avoid the Eagles, Snapping Turtles and Northerns..everyday is an adventure in survival for a loon baby:)