Daily Blog


—Daily Blog—

I slept well after getting home yesterday. I didn’t wake up until 5 AM.—6 AM EST, or “Cabin Time.” That’s about 17 hours of sleep.

I let our Dawg “Tommy” outside and began the task of unloading the vehicle.
I had taken Mom’s vehicle to the Cabin on this last trip because my truck needed to go into the shop. I didn’t want to drive it until all of its issues got resolved.

It needs new brakes and maybe a few other things.
When I crank it first thing in the morning, it makes a weird sound.
It sort of sounds like Hydraulics or maybe the power steering.
After it warms up, the sound goes away.
Then, the breaks need changing. That’s from me going down the mountains so much. I drive down the mountain in 2nd to avoid using the breaks too much. Still, though, I end up using the breaks as I get down to the bottom.

After unpacking Mom’s vehicle, I saw that it needed vacuuming. So I took it to the Car Wash to vacuum it out.

I’ve wanted to try the “NeilMed Sinus Rinse” that they sell at CVS.
The Car Wash is close to CVS, so I drove there after finishing up at the Car Wash. They had several, so I bought two kits.
Mom uses it and says it works well. I’ll know tonight.

Before leaving to do all of this, I set my Germ Killing Light up in my bedroom and turned it on. Then, I let it do its thing while I was away.
I locked the door to my room before leaving.
The directions say that it can hurt people, animals, and plants. So, to keep everyone out, I locked my door.

In this Small Town, you’re bound to see someone you know while you’re out and about. And I did. I saw a friend at CVS, and we talked for a second. I knew he was in a hurry, so I spoke fast. We made plans to meet later in the week.

I have a doctor’s appointment on Monday with my Urologist.
Any appointment with my Urologist is important to me.
Actually, with Spina Bifida, any Medical Appointment is important.

He will probably look at my Kidneys to see how my Hydro-Nephrosis is doing. Hopefully, there has been no change, or it has gotten better.
I’m hoping, with the new stents, it’s gotten better.
I shall find out Monday.

That’s all for now.

Love you,