Sunday I went to church at Sebastopol Christian Church—my home church and enjoyed seeing old friends and meeting new ones. I dressed for a warm day as it was in the 90’s and about froze to death when they had the air conditioner on high. I wasn’t used to have air conditioning for church! Sunday afternoon headed to Target to shop with my sister-in-law Kathy. Too many choices and had to keep my mind on not buying everything I saw because it was available!
Monday I enjoyed a lunch with 8 nurses I used to work with in Santa Rosa. Some are retired now and some are working towards that. It was great to catch up with everyone. Went in the afternoon to check out some shops and started driving—so far remembering to drive on the right!
Started Wednesday by going to COSTCO—the $100 dollar store! Enjoyed seeing all what was available and buying a few things needed. Went with my sister-in-law and my great nephew Alec and then we went to lunch. Then I went to see the doctor here. I had started fevers on Tuesday and when I got to the doctor it hit again—100.6. He said “if this was easy the other doctors in Zim and SA would have figured it out.” I am scheduled for an Ultrasound sound on my abdomen and a HIDA scan of the function of my gallbladder on Tuesday next week. We will see where we go from there, depending on what they show.
I spent Wednesday evening and Thursday all day in bed with fevers—so didn’t get much done.
Friday I went to Coddingtown mall and did some Macy’s shopping with Sylvia. We had lunch and then dropped her off for work while I went for a manicure and then enjoyed the opening of the Olympics program in the evening.
One week gone and haven’t been too busy which has been a nice rest for me. Stay tuned for more news.
Flying home in my own cubicle
Nancy Stedman--worked with me in SRMH
Sylvia, Marc (nephew), Alec, Kim (sister) and Max
Barbara Dutcher --worked with her at SRMH
Judy Lindberg from SRMH nurse group