Archive | July, 2010

28 July 2010 ~ 1 Comment

Test Scheduled & Spot Secured!

I just now heard back from Cedars-Sinai. My Gastric Emptying Study has been scheduled for next Friday, August 6 at 8:30 am at Cedars. The follow-up appointment with the doctor for results will be on Thursday, August 19 at 11:30 am. I’ve asked them to put me on a list for cancellations to see if […]

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27 July 2010 ~ 3 Comments

Cedars Appointment Was Today

The long-awaited consultation happened today at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Beverly Hills. We don’t know much right now as far as what I’m battling. The doctor seems pretty thorough, and after a lot of explanation of symptoms, questions and answers, the next step will be a run of blood work and his own gastric emptying […]

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24 July 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Cannot Believe It!

Cannot believe we are on the last full weekend of July! Cannot believe it has been 6 weeks since my gall bladder was removed! Cannot believe I am still having symptoms I had prior to the surgery, meaning that the gall bladder was not the problem! Cannot believe we are only 1 month away from […]

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15 July 2010 ~ 2 Comments

Home Stretch

I think the title of this post is an appropriate one for how I feel today in a few ways. First, we leave tomorrow afternoon to drive north to attend Josh’s Sea Cadets Boot Camp Graduation and bring him home. He’s in the HOME STRETCH of his experience and we’re in the HOME STRETCH of […]

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10 July 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Checking In

A week ago, we left on Saturday to check  Josh in at his Sea Cadets Boot Camp on Sunday at Camp Roberts, 200 miles north of here. You can see my last post for details on that. In the meantime, while we haven’t heard anything from Josh (and don’t expect to), there’s a website where […]

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01 July 2010 ~ 3 Comments

This Weekend’s Journey

I am both proud and nervous about this weekend! Our oldest son, Josh, who is 15, is embarking on quite an adventure. On Sunday, we will check him in at Camp Roberts, just over 200 miles north of here, where he will begin his two week stay for a US Navy Sea Cadet Recruit Training […]

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