I often wake up and wonder what day it is because the days and weeks seem to fly by so fast. This morning I thought it was Sunday for some reason. I mean what happened to Monday and Tuesday already and in 12 more days March will end. I know the folks in the snow-covered states are looking forward to the first day of spring, (tomorrow) but to us in Florida, it’s basically just another sunny day, or maybe I should say another hot, sunny day. Not complaining though!
Today my sister had an appointment at the eye specialist. I really like the waiting room and for those who want to watch TV, it is on the other side of this divider wall.
Today was the third appointment in two months and we spent 2-1/2 hours in this office. We spent the same amount of time with the other two eye doctor’s in February with a couple more other doctor appointments in between. The mystery of those ‘fly by days’ has now been solved!
Now that I have that out of my system, I’m here to report new medical terms that have been added to our normal medically-filled days. I’ve pretty much learned all there is to know about COPD, or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and the kidneys with low hemoglobin count that require aranesp shots. We now have AMD or Age-related Macular Degeneration to deal with and what an ordeal today was. Here’s a link with facts about AMD.
Luckily, no surgery today!
After all the related tests were taken and after the doctor examined all the pictures and my sister’s eyes with glaring lights, she was given a