Talk about one important thing that happened between last Friday and today.
As we grow older, the things that are important become more mundane. Take, for example, my important event that happened this week. I had a number of events that happened to me this week but the most important event was my trip to the doctor. It was an examination for a complete physical that lasted two hours. That alone qualifies it as an important event. It was certainly the longest event.
It was a head-to-toe physical. Screening for Alzheimer’s, depression (yup, that I have and well we knew that), all sorts of exams, EKG, various blood pressure exams, etc. I did have a wart frozen off. That hurt. I actually came out pretty good. When I leave without additional meds, I call it a good visit. I take so many meds now that any time I leave without another med is a good visit. Although we did talk about another med but I talked her out of it since I am on so many meds at this point, my shrink had decided not to try any more meds.
Other events that happened this week were my Tai Chi Class, my Waltz Operetta Class, and Ernie’s appointment with the eye specialist. But non of thise compared with a good check up with the doctor.