- Sep 26, 2011
@missy Oliver looks King of the castle!
Thanks for all the good wishes. It all went well, until Colin stood up and blood starting gushing down his legs. They rebandaged his legs and waited a while, before releasing him. We’re home and he’s feeling ok, but both feeling zonked, it’s been boiling hot today, and I waited in the car park rather than coming home.
Hope you’re all having a good day
Missy - just remind me pls - which vendor has the cappuccino chocolate crunch?
Thanks @Austina. I appreciate your good wishes. XO.
The rheumatologist wants me to wait before starting op meds. Just to continue bhrt and whatever else I’m doing. My BMD increased a bit but he’s a man of few words so I don’t know if it’s statistically significant. I’m relieved I didn’t lose more bone. Good news overall but I’m still in the red re bone quality.
So I’ll keep on working hard trying to Increase my bone quality and density with weights, diet and supplements and I’ll keep taking hormones and hoping for the best.
I have a telemedicine call with the bone specialist next Wednesday and hopefully he’ll be able to shed more light on what is my best path. Let’s see if he agrees with the rheumatologist. I emailed him today’s results.
Have a wonderful Tuesday lovely ladies. A big hug from me to you.
It’s hot and sticky here, so we’ve been spending a lot of time sitting under a big parasol in the garden. We had our pre-construction meeting yesterday and met Bob the Builder He’s reassured us that things are getting back to normal there, and more trades are returning so they’ll be scraping the lot and making a start this week. One slightly disappointing thing, we had thought the lot was flat, but now it’s been properly surveyed, we’ll have to have some steps at the back which we were hoping to avoid. Oh well, at least things are moving now. He thinks it’ll take between 8-11 months to complete the house, he’s hoping for the former if everything goes to plan.