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new things and an update

I am now the proud owner of the Zoom-Ex from ABIsee. It will take some getting used to in a number of ways; but if I can manage to get used to it, it sure will save a great amount of time and pain in scanning. I don't really have time or energy at this moment to learn it; but it may be a nice project for the weekend if I can get a bit ahead... We will see...

I am home from class this afternoon, trying to play get ahead before surgery. I am feeling very overwhelmed and emotional about many things, part of which I'm sure is due to the Prednisone increase. Plaquenil will not start until some future day... Not only do I need to have an eye exam; but the rheumatologist wants a report on it. This I must just let go until God takes care of it... I have begun signing my emails to my professors, "Persevering..."

Thank You, God, for the cats on my bed--and the cat elsewhere in the house--and for the dogs on the floor... Please give me strength to complete these things that need doing.

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browneegirl
Oct. 16th, 2007 06:41 pm (UTC)
Ok...get off the computer and do your work...!
That's the teacher talking...you need to get your reading, papers, etc. finished so you can learn how to use your new technology toy...I checked the link...and it looks great...WHAT AN ACQUISITION!

So many drs...couldn't we get some of these taken care of in one day...like we planned to do for the pets...just let me know.
3kitties
Oct. 16th, 2007 07:20 pm (UTC)
Re: Ok...get off the computer and do your work...!
Doctors in one day... Wow! What a concept! If I had a penny for every minute I spend in a waiting room or on the road... I wouldn't need this degree! I must confess I have not even played with the vet schedule yet. Tomorrow I lose a bunch of hours to the eye doctor--the insurance says I must have a dilated eye exam even though I had a procedure as a child that permanently dilated my eye. They want to know the surgery is "really necessary," meaning there is no change. Ha! The membrane that needs removing could just magically disappear. (Well, of course, I would not complain about such a thing, but it has never happened to me in the past!)
kookie_chick
Oct. 16th, 2007 10:29 pm (UTC)
I'm praying for you.
*hug*
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