On Friday I went to Olympia with Bobbie for some more of her echo nuclear tests. She spent all morning doing first one then another from 8:30 AM and then she had another test at noon. She will get the results when we go back to her cardiologist on Tuesday. They are trying to figure out why she is still experiencing chest pain after being on medication for three weeks. Actually, her episodes have never stopped and she has had more than a half-dozen incidences since leaving the hospital. The pain stops with a nitro pill under her tongue but she is getting more worried every day.
Phil has been finishing up a lot of details and has only a couple more to take care of and the living room and kitchen will be finished except for the work we are waiting for others to do. Again, we put on our patience caps and try to stay positive. While we wait, I will clean and he will paint. There is still plenty of that to do!
The rain continues to come down in buckets with more of the same on the way for the next week. There is water over many of the roads and flood warnings for several of the rivers in Western WA so driving is no fun. We are still transporting granddaughter, Sara to and from work at the Casino and taking her home late at night has been up to Phil. I can actually drive at night with my new glasses but when it is raining this hard, it is still difficult for me to see.
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Until next time …