The actual MRI was a breeze. First patient of the day - techs were awake, bright eyed, bushy tailed and not exhausted and overworked. I couldn't get instant results - which I usually do -because one Rads doc was on vacation. It probably won't be read until Mon. First delay in test results in 4 years -darn- and won't you know it it will be with a test that makes me over-anxious.
I asked Kay to get up at 5 a.m. and drive me to the VA. She gladly got up, made coffee, made me a ight breakfast, drove to VA, waited in boring waiting room without good magazines and then took me to breakfast after the test (that wasn't just a piece of toast with butter). That's what I call true love
Sometimes I think I am damn lucky and blessed, because of the people who share a part of life with me, the power of pray, and the attention I feel I get from my higher power. There are also times when I feel cursed, especially when it disease comes back and bites me in the butt.
I know that was more then you asked for but thanks for asking. It gave me a moment or two to vent. Feeling much better now, even without the instant test reading
take GOoD care