I am so tired. It is taking a ridiculous amount of brain power to write this, although I'm actually hardly saying anything.
We went to New York (oh not New York, New York...I wish!) to visit my doctor, Dr. Horowitz, in Hyde Park (home of FDR's library and the CIA (Culinary Institute!). The drive is VERY long and VERY dull, but at least I was in good company and I had my music and some snacks (yummy!). Its about a 6 hour drive I think, but my body would have to disagree; it felt like ages!! We stayed at a hotel about an hour or two from my doctor, just to break up the trip, and then stayed overnight there. I was very tired when we arrived...I could barely walk or talk, and couldn't really feed myself, which is totally embarrassing and makes me feel like a total looser- I like being self-sufficient (that's what I call it, but my family would say 'stubborn'...).
The next day we went to the doctor, and the appointment went really well, and we didn't have to wait extremely long (only and hour, and believe me, that's practically early for some doctors...). We discussed my favorite topic *rolls eyes*, being Lyme disease...and all of my symptoms. We did some med switches and additional vitamins *gag* and other such wonderful things and then we were off and rolling out of there. We drove for awhile and stayed again at a hotel, just a few hours from the border.
We got drugs!! Oh my favorite things in the world *big smile*!! Alot of drugs. I was wondering how the hell they were gonna let us back into Canada with the shitload of drugs we had stashed, but the magical words "American Citizen" and "Sick Child" and "Only in America" worked wonders, and we passed the border in no time - no inspection either...how about that hunh?
But I'm back to the calm of the lack now and its kind of nice, in a way. It is so non-hospital, non-doctorish, non-medical-anything and so peaceful that it makes a nice change. Love you guys!! xoxo
Oh, and to all my American friends back "HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY!!!" WOO! Hope your wearing your colors and saying the pledge and singing the anthem with pride!! xoxo