I have been tested so much lately it’s unreal.
The carotid artery scan last week the results were great.
I had my heart Cath on Wednesday of this week and the best thing happened to me.
My arteries are that of an 18-year-old. There were no blockages or partial blockages my arteries are perfect.
I contribute this to a change in our diets 26 years ago when my father n law had a heart attack. I made the decision at that time to stop frying so many foods and now we maybe have something fried 2 x a month.
I have young arteries and even though I will be doing heart valve replacement very soon this is such a blessing.
In the wintertime finding a glimpse of color can sometimes be all the inspiration, we need to find hope and put a smile on our face.
This Mexican heather is truly an amazing plant ours blooms all spring, summer and most of the winter.
This time of year it is a breath of fresh air standing up and saying “I am here take notice.”
We move forward with our lives each day without realizing time is passing us by.
Do something today to make a difference in someone else’s life.
I would like to wish you all a safe and Happy Thanksgiving from Texas.
This is a Pyracantha bush they have 1″ thorns and bloom in the spring/summer and make berries in the fall. I love this plant but I hate to trim it due to the thorns. This one is on the side fence area of our yard and accents that part of the yard this time of the year.
My next week is very congested with doctor appointments and testing but I am a strong woman who will persevere and get through it all.
Instead of being frustrated over next week controlling my life I am grateful we have very good insurance to cover all the testing I am currently undergoing.
I will be seeing the oncologist for the 1st time since going off the Exemestane. This will be a long visit full of me explaining the side effects and giving explanations about MY decisions to do this.
I will be demanding more answers about the Prolia injections I have had over the last 1-1/2 yrs and what this drug has done to me and my body.
I will be wearing a Holter monitor to that visit from the new cardiologist. This is what I call multitasking.
Beautiful weather, the great outdoors, birds singing and blooming flowers now that is my kinda day.