(Apologies for the lack of accents. I couldn't figure out how to stick them in the title.)
For the non-french speaking, this means, "the more things change the more they stay the same."
I am still waiting for the $%^# endocrinolgist to look at my test results, dial my phone number and tell me what I already know, that my thyroid is hyper and has a funny shaped thing on it. and what happens next. But hey, why not leave me in suspense, right?
So far, I have not waited in any line ups, or had to wait for any tests. I hear these stories in the media, but I literally do not know any adults who have had to wait for anything, MRIs, hip surgeries, referrals to specialists, etc. etc. Okay I know some kids who have had to wait for stuff, but that's not money, it's lack of Doctors.
But now I have to wait for news. I am so not good at this.
I had an appointment with my therapist today again, which was nice. She's a lovely woman, and a fabulous therapist. Calmed me right down, considering the stress I've been under.
Nothing like a Troll to make your life worse, right? I'm so tired and sick right now, I'm not going to get into this, except to say that portions of my blog have been removed for awhile and they will stay removed until certain people get the message.
And if they don't, well then I will have to take further action.
For any of my regular readers, thanks for understanding. And stay tuned for more interesting health news.
Oops almost forgot, I wanted to say that I'm very proud of Adrienne Clarkson, our former Governor-General, who has "come out" and told the story of her high risk pregnancy and the child she lost shortly after birth in her new book, and on the front cover of Macleans magazine. she talks about her personal feelings and the political implications of the experience. And she talks about the one lone woman who said something cruel, as well as the many who were kind and decent. Very powerful.
I never knew much about her personally before this, but thanks Mme. Clarkson, from the sisterhood.
Everyone who tells their truth, personal and political, deserves a bouquet, and not a brickbat.