I had another pretty bad week symptom-wise. I arrived to work late and/or had to leave early three of the four days I worked. Things were a tad better yesterday and a bit better today. Still dealing with a lot of fatigue and more pain than normal. I have a MRI in Niagara Falls on Monday, so we’ll see if there have been any changes since the one I had last year. Paws crossed it’s still all good.
No matter how poopy I feel in the morning, I always have a reason to wake up with a smile on my face. Look at the little goobers I get to wake up to:
And of course, little Abby who just turned four on Halloween:
I actually got a picture of Mya while singing happy birthday to her:
A little off key, but she meant well.
I noticed a big honkin’ plane flying out to the west this morning. I tried to get a shot but I was at full zoomage and could still hardly see him:
I thought it was the Lancaster, but then realized what it was when I arrived at the airport for a flight:
Not the Lancaster, but the Herc. Duh!
I had a really brief flight today. I was feeling pretty down emotionally because of how bad my symptoms have been lately. Thought a flight would pick me up a bit, but it just wasn’t happening. The poopola weather didn’t help either:
At least it didn’t stop the troops at the Fort. Not too sure what they were doing today:
I only flew for about twenty minutes. Then went out for a coffee with a good friend, which brightened my day more than my flight. I know I’m going to feel better tomorrow, physically and emotionally.
Paws crossed for good weather tomorrow, although the morning isn’t looking too good. I have an aerobatic flight booked at 9:00 and one at 11:00. It looks like it’s supposed to be mostly cloudy in the morning, then clear up in the afternoon. Fortunately, my 9:00 folks will be available later in the day as well, so we’ll more than likely get the flight in.
Today’s symptoms: Less fatigue and pain today than over the last few days. Not sure why things have turned around and I seem to be having more bad days than good. Let’s hope they turn back around soon – enough of this silliness!