I'm so relieved now. Made it to and from the doctor appt yesterday and it wasn't as bad as I thought. It's always a problem when dealing with Disability and all things related. I make jokes about it; but loosing memory and being a burden is a big fear for me. On the other hand despite my other problems, Social Security is zoning in on cognitive problems; declaring me able to work if I don't have a major problem. So it's always a catch 22 for me. The Dr. had a dog who sat next to me on the couch during the questioning. He (the dog) behaved very well, but I was never sure if he was speaking to me or his dog. Some of his questions about my social life, left me with a sense that I had scored low on social behavior.. Oh well, I consider my life full and filled with people I love.
Yesterday started out cloudy; steamy. This usually means we will certainly have major monsoon storms.. OR that nothing at all will happen.
I left Downtown Phoenix at nearly 6:00 pm, headed home, and saw black clouds to the north, south and west of me. I watched the storms with a nervous eye all the way home, while singing at the top of my lungs along with George Harrison (my sweet lord, give me hope) as well as some great new songs from P.S. I love you. I really do hope that my side windows are as tinted as my back windows.
Shortly after arriving home the skies opened and Buckeye had the most rain we've had in two years. My yard is still wet along with my patio.
It's early here but despite my warm glass of milk (sorry Carla) I'm awake now and not having any luck sleeping tonight.
Ambien is out now since my behavior was never trustworthy when taking it and precautions I took NOT to be on line or up weren't working....Thanks everyone for your kind thoughts and words.
Thanks for taking the time to read my blog today.