It's about time.

Many of you can relate to Working long hours at your career. Raising your families. Buying a home and paying all the bills related to being homeowners and parents. We're now retired and don't need all that work and expense. Now "It's about time" and what we do to follow our dreams.

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Thursday, August 30, 2018

No alarm this time.

Our Location today is at McGregor, Ontario, Canada.

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 Early morning at the hospital! Short Post!

Up bright and early at 5:30AM so we could be at the hospital for 7:00AM.  No eating for Rick so I didn’t eat anything much except a banana.  I didn’t want my sugar to get out of control because I didn’t eat something.
Morning moon as we were leaving.
We arrived on time and they took him almost right away.  They have a lot of prepping for this operation I know as I went through it myself.  I decided not to go for coffee this time as I didn’t want the beeper to go off. I sat in the waiting room reading my book. 

The nurse called the next person’s name and gave the lady a beeper and said to her don’t go beyond the coffee area upstairs or else the beeper will go off.  I thought wow they didn’t tell me or anyone else that last week. They must have changed their policy since my visit last time when I rushed down stairs two weeks ago thinking something was wrong.  I had walked towards the washroom and the beeper went off. 

Because we didn’t have breakfast & I was driving & started to feel a little light headed so I pulled into a small restaurant to have breakfast on the way home.  I had French toast and Rick had eggs and toast and coffee.  He did ok but really needed to lie down.  So we headed straight home.

Rick was really tired from the anesthetic so he slept most of the morning.  We had soup for lunch and he went back to bed for a while & I did some minor work around the RV and tried to keep quiet so as not to disturb him.  
Perogies for supper.
I noticed he has a small bloody patch in his eye. It looks like it is the size of a small scratch.  That is really unusual but we go back tomorrow morning to have the doctor look at his eye. 
Our resident rabbit having dinner.
Nothing much else has happened today.  He rested while I read and kept quiet.  We will see how things go tomorrow.

I’m sure he will feel more like writing tomorrow!

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It’s about time.


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  1. Thank you for the update Kathy and happy Rick is doing OK

  2. Nice to hear that everything for the second eye is going well for Rick.

  3. Glad to hear he is doing fine. Thank you for the update.

  4. Hopefully all good this morning for Rick. How are you doing? Rick mentioned something about your eye the night before his surgery?

  5. Yes I mentioned my eye at Dr. Tafour's office and they told me to get to my eye doctor now! So I did they sounded really urgent. It scared me and Rick. We stopped there and he examined it and said that he was glad I came in. The fluid in my eye was attached to the retina and was trying to get free. If it gets free it could tear the retina. Which would not be good. He wants me back to check it again.

  6. Rick has blood in his eye from a ruptured blood vessel but it is not serious. He also has a return to the Doctors soon.

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