I went to the “better” podiatrist today to get my CT scan results and maybe, just maybe, some relief for my left ankle.
What’s that old chestnut? Be careful of what you wish for, for you will surely get it!
I saw my CT scan and how seemingly overwhelming the tendonopothy was in the shot. To add insult to injury, I have to go for a surgical consultation, as the growth of the tendonopothy have forced two of my bones to push out of the way where they should be. You have got to be freaking kidding me. I went through treatment for this one time, complete with physical therapy.
The biggest insult was when the podiatrist recommended a surgeon who works out of Rothman Institute, the people who started the mess on my knees. If they where cocktail waiters, they’d go around offering,”Cortisone, anyone?”
My next step is to see how much mileage I can get out of the cortisone shot he gave me today. Then, I will figure out what my next step will be.
Hold a good thought for me, as this is not what me and my girls need.
Growing up in the 60’s and being a product of Catholic school, I am familiar with “Weekly Reader.”
When I was in high school, the Scholastic company sent a monthly magazine out trying to get us to ask parents for money so we could buy paperback books.
Now that have a math magazine, the weekly reader and a bunch of other products to the point where it blows my mind.
Gee, if only we knew then, perhaps an investment in Scholastic Inc. was the way to go…if only we knew!
It’s the end of the work day, and I also completed some house chores and walked the girls.
What crosses my path when I sit down?
I love this movie: I also have the the book. Recently, the U.S. Coast Guard Tamaroa, which was active in the rescue efforts during that “Perfect Storm”, was sunk intentionally some 30 miles west of Cape May, New Jersey, in order to help make an artificial reef to aid the fishing industry. There had been a movement to try to turn it into a museum, but as the U.S.S. Zulu during World War II, the Tamaroa was pretty well beat up. Most favored her as an artificial reef, as opposed to scrapping her all together.
I often chuckle, and if you read my blog on occasion, you know I refer to our little Hamlet as ” Amity” due to it’s whaling history , and thankfully not sharks. The rest of the time when tourists are here, it turns into Amity.
Well, with” Jaws” as the most often played film on cable here, ” The Perfect Storm” is a strong contender for the second slot.
No complaints here!
There is something to be said in daily life about loss, and I am not necessarily limiting this to death.
I sit on this classroom and think of the lack of opportunity I had, or rather the lack of foresight I had to work harder and more importantly dream harder.
It has proven bittersweet to me to help teens now and try to gently steer them the right way The trouble is who wants to an old teacher and hear the stories of her mistakes ,
I will keep trying, though,as somehow occasionally it gets through. If I know I can help one student develop, then it is worth the chance,
Besides having to hold a teaching credential, I really think they should make old birds like me get a certificate in espionage 101.
So, evidently, in 5th grade, you are passed around like a pack of gum to whatever classroom has a hole, or absence in it. Trying to decipher the layout is a different matter.
You can tell I am a child of the one teacher school room. Now these students bounce between rooms so much, well,I’ll bet it’s to get them ready for the big bad world out there.
Here’s hoping for a noneventful day!
Happy Mother’s day to all my friends who are mothers( or fathers) to two or four-legged children. I hope you have a wonderful weekend.
I know my Mom is in heaven enjoying her Mother’s day with her Mom. There isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t miss her and my Dad.
As for me, I will be thankful, as I am daily, for all my time I get with my fur girls. Here I am celebrating my Mother’s day by posting my favorite shot of me with Zosia and Kasia.
Nothing like starting your morning with an assembly, and a music assembly to boot!
We leave our classroom and walk down the street to the 3rd and 4th grade school and get to listen to a band and chorus concert. Evidently, the director is retiring.
This takes the sting out of the rest of my day- all math reviews.
Win some, lose some!