Doctors, nurses, blood and a whole lot of chaos…

Hi Readers,

Thank you all very much for your patience.  Victor last updated you about an acute health crisis that caused me to be away for awhile from the blog.  I’m sorry if that inconvenienced anyone or caused any concern.  As Victor probably mentioned,  I have an unusual health problem which causes me to be very sensitive (allergic) to a lot of things.  I had a reaction that led to an ambulance ride and a three-day hospital stay.  After that, today I had a pre-admission appointment which turned out to be an (almost complete) waste of time.  My previous hospital stay had revealed some unexpected things about me, which has meant that flags were assigned to my health file.  Those red flags have caused my cardiologist to rethink the minor operation I was supposed to have tomorrow (10 July).  He’s postponed it until he can arrange for two other specialists to attend the operation.  He basically wants backup because he’s afraid that the drugs, the surgery itself, or a lack of good IV access (or a combination of these) will cause a negative outcome! On the other hand, at least it means that we should have all our ducks in a row for the procedure itself.

So now we wait and try to get my symptoms managed until we can proceed with the minor operation.  I need to see a few more people before I’ll be in good enough health to write more consistently.

On the home front, we are still making (an albeit slow) process of getting our house on the market.  We discovered a major drainage issue which is now (thankfully) resolved.  We’ve made a large leap on the packing process and the tidying up process.

We have also spent a bit of time actually looking at what we’d like in our future home build.  We know that we want to prepare for a future in which one or the other of us will be ‘less’ able so we’re planning on building an “accessible” home with double wide doors, bigger hallways (if any), and probably walk-in or wet-area shows.  We will likely do ramps instead of stairs on the entryways as well.  In the short term this makes it easier to get our wee one’s buggy in and out the door, but in the long term, it will make our home safe in our old age.

Keep your eyes out because we’ll likely be putting a post up with our “dream” home blueprint soon.  We may even show you what we decide on when we go to talk with a builder.  We are also close to finding the right land for us.

Stay tuned and God bless you and your household!

~Grace

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