|Me, 8:23 pm tonight. None the worse for wear.|
Here it is the day after and I am feeling much better, thank you.
This has been quite a year for me health wise. Reminds me of the bad year Queen Elizabeth had in 1992 which she called "Annus Horribillis". Yes folks, this past year has been quite a workout for me. The bad, lingering cold last winter that never seemed to go away. The prostate cancer and that whole painful, humiliating and long, drawn out procedure. Then this kidney stone. Believe me folks, if you haven't had a kidney stone passed, you DO NOT WANT TO EXPERIENCE THIS. I felt like I was going down last night.
This is the third time I've had a kidney stone pass. The first time was in 2001. The second time 2007. I hope this is the last time.
Last night I had a good, deep sleep. I got my two hour nap in this afternoon. And right now, at 8:40 pm I am still tired. A lot of my fatigue is from the continuing radiation from my seed implants. I don't know how long that condition is going to last but I definitely notice a difference in my endurance since the seeds were implanted in me.
The agenda this week is to call my urologist tomorrow and tell him I passed yet another kidney stone and ask him if he want the one I passed.
I'm working two days this week. I don't think I have anything else planned. It would be nice to coast through a week without any major hiccups.
I am gearing up for Labor Day weekend in which I'll be working four days in a row, during the day. That should be fun. The last blast of summer.
Right now I am so tired I'm thinking of just having a light snack before I retire to my book in bed to help me drift off to Slumber Land. I've had enough excitement for this week.
See you all tomorrow!