Yesterday was a big day for us. We drove to Bakersfield for a consultation with the Urologist about Robert’s kidneys. He reviewed the films and test results with us that were done when Robert was in the hospital, and ultimately ordered even more tests. He explained each of the films quite thoroughly, so by the time we left his office, we had a good idea of what was going on in both kidneys. We go back to Bakersfield on Friday to have the ultrasound and MRI tests. Then, see the Urologist again on the 18th.
Meanwhile, we can make plans for our quick trip to Arizona to deliver the sewing machine and visit briefly with our friends there at Roadhaven.
We’re taking this one day at a time–which is all any of us have–one day at a time.
Blessings to you and yours. Be safe, be well, and please be happy. Remember to tell those you love that you love them. We were driving back from Bakersfield along the Woodford Tehachapi Road yesterday when we spotted a stack of rocks alongside the road. Robert spotted them first and said, “Why do people do that??” I told him it was a sign of peace, a reminder to be one with the world. http://www.wimp.com/the-zen-art-of-stone-stacking-is-unbelievable-to-watch/ For myself, seeing the rock stack immediately brought a feeling of inner peace and wellness. May you carry this feeling of inner peace and wellness with you in the days to come.