Aww. . .you guys are too much. I'm amazed at the people out there who do parenting right. . .you guys make the difference! I always wonder how parents can be patient 24/7. I get to send the kids home at the end of the day. I will never forget the time many years ago when I decided I was going to call every parent in the first week of school (with a middle school schedule, this was no easy feat). One parent picked up the phone, and when I said to her, "this is Mike's teacher and I just want to let you know how much I enjoy having him in class".. . . .there was L-O-N-G pause, and then the mom said, "Are you SURE you have the right number??!!" Mike, as you may have surmised, was not an easy child.
I came back from my appt. feeling a lot better. The change in numbers was, indeed, due to a change to international scale. I am, unfortunately, starting from a new baseline, because the other tests were all done at a different lab, but the doc is not concerned. We'll do the next PCR test in 2 months, and when we have 3 tests in a row from the same lab we'll both be very happy. I do like this guy.
After that appt, I got my chest mashed, and now am off to the dentist. This morning, my husband said, "Oh. . by the way. . .you have an appt at 1:15.. .the dentist office called yesterday." I surely didn't have that one on my calendar. I either have amazing luck, or I planned ahead 6 months ago when I last got my teeth cleaned, and knew that I'd be scheduling a doc appt on a Tuesday (only day that my new onc is at the midtown office) sometime in January.
I will be sending out your club membership card and decoder ring. I gotta pass the word on to my husband. He needs to start being more impressed with me!!