Sunday October 05th 2014, 9:18 pm
Filed under: Crohn's flare,Friends,Knit

I snoozed through most of the first session. I tried.

I was feeling much better during the afternoon one and knitted through most of it–except for a few minutes there when the phone rang, checking first, and then the doorbell did. Glenn!

He was here for a business conference. He moved to New York City a few years ago and he wanted to stop by and say hi while he could. I waved through the window while Richard went outside to chat and to meet Glenn’s girlfriend; there was no way I was going to expose them to my germs. Sometimes it’s just not the day.

But at the end we did open the door between us, and standing well away from each other exchanged at least some actual greetings before they left.

And I…have run out of purple Malabrigo that’s wound up. I need to get up the oomph to wind the next ball tomorrow; today there was just no way.

Tomorrow I need to make the call to my GI doctor like the ER doctor had wanted me to do. This morning was worse, not better, and she made it clear that, even if I didn’t want to hear it, she thought the Crohn’s symptoms were actually caused by, y’know, my having Crohn’s. Flu does that.

Or maybe it will all clear up together. I’m hoping.

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Good wishes that your GI Doc has promising advice and Sam is doing well after the accident. Thinking of you.

Comment by LynnM 10.06.14 @ 10:34 am

Hoping that you are feeling better, sooner than later. Praying.

Comment by Pam 10.06.14 @ 1:08 pm

Wishing and praying for wellness for you. Sissy even popped up to send her good wishes too, and of course, here’s Gretchen, never to be left out…

Comment by Channon 10.06.14 @ 6:15 pm

I hope you did not overdo it, after all…

I am grateful Richard can be at home in your time of need.

Sending more prayers your family’s way.

Comment by Suzanne from Montreal 10.06.14 @ 8:22 pm

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