Saturday, May 30, 2015

One Day At A Time

Far Guy's blood test came back and he will NOT have an allergic reaction to the infusion.  We are waiting for a Nurse to call us to set up a time and day to begin.  The weekly infusions SHOULD halt the destruction of his lungs.

Right now we are taking things one day at a time..putting one foot in front of the other.

We have both been a tad cranky.  I suggested that who ever was the most cranky should cook supper.  He said "Okay beautiful."

I will probably be cooking for awhile.

Our Lilac that always blooms later than all the others. 

18 comments:

  1. I am thankful that FG can proceed with the treatment and I pray the scheduling etc. goes smoothly.
    The color of your lilac is beautiful.
    Wishing you both a nice Saturday.

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  2. What good news! I hope the treatments start soon. Glad to see you both still have your sense of humor!

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  3. Waiting for medical test results would try anyone's patience, and being cranky is common when faced with uncertainty. Best wishes that the days ahead and Far Guy's infusion go smoothly.

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  4. That is really good news. Let's hope they get a fire under their butts now to get him started on the infusions. :-)

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  5. He's quick on his feet and good with words, isn't he?!! Sounds like something my husband would say when challenged like that. I don't generally mind cooking as much as planning what to cook. I have a friend whose husband cleans the kitchen for her. Talk about a blessing there.
    So glad to hear that FG can start the infusions. I know it tears your heart out to watch him be so sick and it has to be frustrating/depressing at times to him, too.
    Lilacs - -- LOVE them - - - beautiful fragrance and form.

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  6. Great proposal to get over "cranky" ness. He knows how to work ya! Have a special weekend.

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  7. That is such good news about Far Guy. Sure hope everything goes will with his infusions. Love the color of your Lilacs. Sure is hard to catch up on news after a vacation.

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  8. Some days it is cranky and depressed. We both could become thinner if we eat my cooking or if either of us don't cook. We are having stupid cold wet weather today. I hope the infusions will make things better for Far Guy.

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  9. Now that is marvelous news! Made my day! :) :)
    Not the you having to cook part, of course--LOL!
    Have a great weekend.

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  10. Praying your husband has good function in his lungs after the procedure(s)! He sounds so thoughtful and kind and loving..I get cranky and depressed it is hot and humid here we had no snow, water or winter, it will be such a drought in Washington state, things could be worse no water like California..have a good weekend, love your blog and happy that your hubs will get medical treatment and that he will soon be feeling great, Keep up the positive attitudes and ciao!

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  11. I hope all goes well for Far Guy. It's not a fun situation. I wonder if they have any infusions for crankiness?

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  12. I too wish the best for Far Guy. It's easy to get a tad cranky these days. Your lilac is beautiful.

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  13. Great news! How many weeks do you have to cook? LOL!

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  14. For one day at a time, this day sounds like a better one. May you both have less to be cranky about!

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  15. Your Far Guy has a great sense of humor! Hope the infusions are successful.

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  16. That sense of humour will keep you going... Thinking of you both.

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  17. One step at a time...halting the destruction of his lungs is a very good thing. We are all there praying for both of you.

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
    https://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/sherlock-boomer

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  18. Glad to hear that good news. Hope Far Guy sees progress with the infusions in short order!

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