Whew, jury duty was brutal. We ended up a hung jury as one juror was deadlocked. I at first was on the not guilty side and then after reviewing all the evidence went with a guilty verdict. But it didn’t change the outcome as a mistrial was declared. Not sure how the lawyers proceed but that’s not my worry. I was completely wiped out by the end.
It’s raining here quite hard so no walk today. The Frogg Toggs I got for Christmas needs to be returned as they don’t fit quite right. So no walking today unless it lets up( just checked weather and no letting up).
I’m planning on going to the gym today as tomorrow is my prep day for the dreaded colonoscopy. I’m sure I’ll get thru as I’ve clearly been thru worst.
I need to get my labs done this week too and think I’ll plan on Thursday. I see my doctor in February(middle) so there’s time but I like to know my results before. If it continues as it has been my rise should be around 11 points taking me to @ 65mg/L Kappa light chains. The ratio will probably go up to. I actually feel ok but Myeloma is tricky that way and that’s why some people don’t get diagnosed till a fracture like I did. Well, no sense worrying about that now.
Yesterday I made lovely baked potato soup. It came out great. I used the Vitamix to blend and it came out very smooth. Tonight I’m making breakfast for dinner to keep it light. Just scrambled eggs, maybe pancakes and/ or toast. I might do some of Adelle’s chicken sausage as I need to use that up.
It’s still cloudy and chilly here in Northern California. There was a big storm that came thru Wednesday and Thursday with I 80 getting closed due to spin-outs. The temperatures are supposed to go into the mid50’s and low 60’s next week so that’s better.
When it’s this chilly which is all relative, I don’t wander around outside much but I’ve decided to start doing at least 15 min outside even if it’s just raking.
Of course, I walk most mornings very early and it’s quite freezing. Literally 32 degrees, but somehow that’s just my MO.
I’ve had jury duty this week and I go one day next week. It’s all quite interesting but for me, with my IBS, I get quite nervous about bathroom access. I did fine because I didn’t eat in the morning. I’m keeping track of what I’m eating to see what, if any, pattern there is. Plus I am somewhat claustrophobic so being confined to the jury room is a little stressful. But I made it along with 12 others.
I’m definitely not used to being out all day and that was very stressful. My daughter made dinner both nights so that was nice.
I canceled the medical part of the Cobra so hopefully, that went thru as you do it by email. It takes up to 7 business days to reflect so I’ll be checking the online site. We did request to keep the dental and vision at least until I get that covered by something else. What do other people do? Is it AARP that has a separate dental plan and what about vision?
B was also able to get the very last of his 2019 SDI because we had the doctor say he was still disabled. It wasn’t a lot but it will certainly help.
We went to Costco and did some grocery shopping and filled the car up with Costco gas.
I read that there has been a norovirus at Yosemite from mainly people eating at the Ahwahnee so now we are decided to probably not go since we cannot even risk B getting something like that as it could activater his GvsH. we have some time to think about it but there are other places we can go. We’ll see…..
I didn’t get to the gym today so I will go tomorrow.