Nashville Photo Gallery 10/23/01 - 10/28/01
Tuesday, December 11, 2001
Well, what can I say, no news is good news right? I must admit, with all of the heckling I have been getting lately in regards to neglecting my site I can only offer one good word...motivation (or lack there of anyway). Hell, we all go through our phases. I just go through mine more often than others. Perhaps it seems that there have been way too many things on my mind lately. I just want to be able to let it all pour out in one long steady stream of consciousness. And as much as I try there is still nothing. There is something. So many things.
So. My doctor finally ended up putting me on a mild blood pressure medicine a couple of weeks ago. Big surprise, eh? I've never even had to give a blood sample before all this...the poking and prodding of the needles, the ultrasound, the endless blood pressure readings. Oh, and of course the other ummm...sample. Let's just say that 45 minutes and about 23 glasses of water later I was finally able to leave the doctor's office. I have to go back in about a week for more blood work and god knows how many more office visits after that. And since my doctor said that I'm at a pretty young age and the weight and diet really isn't a factor they prescribed something right away. The hereditary part of it though is another story. Both my mother and my grandfather suffer from hypertension. Now that's a word that I can live with. It also seems a little more fitting for me. A little more dramatic. I mean, I have been known to stress myself out on occasion (and believe me when I tell you that is an understatement). In any event, I'm dealing with it.
Same as it ever was. Same as it ever was.
Oh, and I'm finally taking the plunge. In three days I'm getting my digital cable and cable modem installed. Excuse me while I go and macrame myself into my sofa.
Take me back up top, baby!
i heart Blogger.
Juliana Hatfield - Beautiful Creature
This lovely photocopied sheet of knee excercises I now have to do every day (and for the rest of my friggin' life).