Woke up to a chilly house this morning. Won’t be long now and we will have to turn on the heat. The big tree outside my den window lost all it’s leaves this past week. We have experienced some very strong winds in the last two weeks but thankfully our tall spruce trees survived. Two of the trees originated from the family farm. When my parents had to relocate because some of their land was being expropriated for a four-lane highway they had two of the trees moved to their new country acreage. After approximately 10 years they decided to move into the city and moved the same two trees and had them planted on their front lawn. I took in my Mandevilla vine hoping to keep it healthy during the coming winter months. The blooms on this plant are so beautiful.
This afternoon my liver specialist called me and we had a great conversation. He reassured me that after the last MRI, CT Scan and Ultrasound no lesions or masses were seen on my liver. He also told me that my last blood work all came in within normal levels including the test for liver cancer. My family doctor had already called me with the MRI, CT Scan and Ultrasound results but it was nice to have it reconfirmed by my specialist. I will have another CT Scan in November and then a follow up with a Telemedicine appointment. I love Telemedicine appointments. All I have to do is go to the local hospital where the TV is set up and wait for my doctor to come online at the specified time. No driving for an hour or paying huge parking costs.
Since I have nothing of interest to add to this blog I will keep it short and write a longer one in a few days. Take care of yourselves and keep safe.