Thursday, August 28, 2008

So, to save my hubby's liver, floating is cancelled!

I've been meaning to post many, many things. I had a busy weekend, and I'll get to that. I came down with something this week, and have spent my week dousing myself with NyQuil and cough syrup. Oh, yum.

Blake had a gastro. appointment on Monday. As long a I've known him, and for a while before I met him, he's had stomach issues. He's had countless tests, and has been poked and prodded up and down. Well, his sister started having these ''attacks'' that are similar to what he has everyday, and he decided to go see her dr. Well, the doc called today and found something with his liver. They scheduled him for an ultrasound and more blood tests. His ultrasound is Tuesday. I'm hoping it's nothing serious, and i am of course worried, but at the same time, I'm hoping they find something so that they can fix whatever is going on with his stomach. I'm trying to be positive, but I of course am a bit nervous!

We were supposed to go camping this weekend with some friends, but since this came up we figured we should stay home. Plus, I'm still hacking away and chugging cough syrup like its water! I'm a bit bummed but he needs to save his liver, and refrain from any float trip debauchery.

We are both falling apart!

5 comments:

Julia said...

I hope it turns out to be nothing, but you are probably making the best decision. You two ARE falling apart! :)

Amanda, Mandy, Manda, Tomato said...

Yikes! I hope Blake is ok.

Make the best of it and spend the weekend on the couch with Blake and Lily.

I hope you get to feeling better soon!!

Jenn said...

Hopefully they find something...something very minor that is! Hope you feel better too.

Getting old sucks, doesn't it?!?!?

LucyinStLou said...

I hope that everything goes well with the ultrasound! On th bright side, you guys can spend a fun and quiet weekend hanging out together, right?

Maria said...

I'll keep my fingers crossed for Blake! Hopefully they will find what's wrong and make him all better.

Feel better soon Amy! :-)