Wednesday, February 8, 2017

....Just Keep Swimming

Sorry for the delay! 

The waiting was worth it - my LP was CLEAR! It has led to me kind of getting distracted with trying to get stuff done. Treatments are going well. My liver is not happy with this drug, so my doctor delayed my last treatment by a week to give my enzymes time to come down. I did have some spots on my liver, so it may be that they are breaking down and flushing out causing the rise in the enzymes. 

I've been steadily gaining weight, and I'm continuing with my PT which has been helping me to gain my strength back. My balance and mobility has made great bounds, and I only have issues the few days after treatment when my muscles like to spasm. I'm hoping to start back at dance and yoga soon. Slowly at first, but it will be so much more normal. 

I'm working on cleaning out our house currently. I feel as if we are being swallowed in things we don't use. So far it's going well- we have moved furniture around, given away some things, listed others for sale. I've pulled out about 15 big plastic bins of things to get rid of, and have more to go through in the house. I need to get the office into order, and get rid of some of the random stuff and outdated paperwork. My goal is to get it to the point that it can become Lachlan's playroom when Mike isn't working in there. I also need to get the junk in the cooperage cleaned out. If anyone has a need for a wooden queen bed, a couple of straight back dining chairs, a rocking chair, or two small photography enlargers, let me know! I promise my pricing is quite fair.... :) 

More to come soon. I'm hoping to take a little break with a friend soon. We both need it, and I think it will be nice to get away and have no agenda for a couple of days. 


  1. I've been checking in to see how you are doing. Glad to hear the good news!

  2. So happy to hear you're doing well! Thanks for the update!

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