Tiny window


Here’s a tiny stained glass window.  It’s a couple of inches across.  I believe it originally came from some medieval church, but it’s not there anymore.  It’s in Pennsylvania now.  Great Art courtesy of the exclusive iPhone-cam, taken at Bryn Athyn, and part of my famous Architecture series.

Need to give this short shrift tonight.  It’s almost 11:00 and LRN4 is already asleep.  I should be too.

Good day today.  We had an excellent visit with our substitute doctor this morning.  Actually, it was a physician’s assistant and we liked her very much.  Our regular doc is on vacation for a few days.  LRN4’s red blood cells were low, so they pumped some new ones in.  Her white cell count was at 2.0 this morning.  That’s kind of low.  I asked the PA if we should be concerned that it doesn’t seem to be going up very well on its own.  She said LRN4’s progress is perfectly normal for this point.  I asked if it was normal for the count to go down so quickly after it was pumped up to about 9 by the neupogen just a week ago.  She said it was indeed normal and that the good sign is that the levels responded so well to the neupogen.  That means her body is capable of making as many white cells as it needs.  It just takes a while for it to sort everything out and get back to working normally.  LRN4 is still in the middle of rebooting, to put it in terms even I can understand.  We just have to remain patient.  But I’m tired of being patient.

I was about to say that I want my wife back and I want her back now.  But I do have her back, miraculously.  We just need to hang on for a little while longer.  And then reach the point where we can remain focused on the present and the future and not spend time looking over our shoulders wondering whether the past is catching up with us.  We’ll get there.  It’s harder than I thought it would be, but we’ll get there.

Watching [amazon asin=B0001WTWVU&text=Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House] tonight.  It’s one of our favorite movies.  Has both Cary Grant and Myrna Loy – something for everyone!  What a perfect movie.  Highly recommended.

Loving the new computer and iPad.  Time to start using them to make money now.  I continue to find it difficult to concentrate on work.  It’s getting a bit better – I’m actually thinking about working now!  But doing the work is still a bit elusive.  I realize I need to take one step at a time, so I’m trying to be patient with myself (there’s that word again).  Time’s a’wasting, though.  Deadlines loom.  But I’ll make it.  I’ve always worked best under a bit of pressure, whether externally imposed or self-procrastinated.  And now that I have deadlines, things will pick up Real Soon Now.

And I’ll leave my Loyal Readers with this shocking but very fortuitous food violence news: banana skin slip stops steak knife stabbing!

See you tomorrow.

One Response to “Tiny window”

  1. Shannon Says:

    You know how bad the wifi is here–that must be why it’s taking me so long to re-boot…

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