Nate and I put a $ limit on our stockings this year...just so they would be evenly weighted. If you know what I mean. I think he is done! I should be done, but all I have gotten him so far is stuff that he can eat! I still have about $15 left...any suggestions?
By the way, I asked him if he would be disappointed if all he got in his stocking was stuff to eat? He thought for a minute and then said, "No. Just don't expect me to share." Smart man, point taken. I shall remove half of everything, BEFORE I stuff his stocking.
Since I'm 30 now I thought it would be a good idea to get a full physical and make sure everything is on the up and up. Going to the doctor used to not bother me but this time I got super nervous. Is that weird?
I blame Nathan. He hates going to the doctor, but who would blame a diabetic for hating the doctor? Not me! (oooo, did I just blame him?)
I think one of the things that made me nervous was all the tests. I hate getting blood drawn because I have THE WORST, MOST ELUSIVE veins EVER!!! Not even kidding. Did you know that a single phlebotomist can only poke you three times, then someone else gets three tries. I've known this for years, because most times it take two people. This time it took two people and they still didn't get enough blood so I had to leave and return two days later so that one of them could try again.
Now you are all wondering how I am. I am...how do you say...healthy as a horse.
The test result I was most interested in knowing the result: Cholesterol, most specifically my LDL.
Result: 79! That's excellent! Or I should say optimal.
Only recommendation the doctor gave was that I lose weight. Point taken, I shall start January 1.