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So about four-ish weeks ago, you guys might recall I posted that I'd gotten ill again and didn't know what did it, but the symptoms were very Crohn's like. My doctor was concerned enough that he booked me in for a scope.
That was today, and the good news is it looks like I'm still in remission. I have an MRI in two months to confirm, but right now it looks like I was the victim of re-occuring dumb luck.
The downer to doing a scope is you have to "flush" out the day before which is really rough, and for me it's basically inducing digestive upset. So I'm now recovering from that which will take a good week-ish as I build up the diet.
But, I have peace of mind.
Today I'm wrapping up a two week staycation, which was a great break.
The ice storm of course was just nuts and messed up some of my plans, but what do you do.
A few highlights:
- For raising over $1000.00 in last years Gutsy Walk, Crohn's and Colitis Canada invited me and other top pledge earners to a nice brunch at the Old Mill. I brought my friend Eva and we enjoyed lots of home fries, chicken bacon, toast, and she had eggs (which I can't eat right now).
- I fully detailed my car, inside and out, and she's looking gorgeous. Over 14 years old and she looks about 4 (yes @Law212, it still looks like no one's touched her). I also had a tune up and other maintenance done on her. She gets rust proofed this coming weekend, and then she's all summer ready!
- With the ice storm giving me a good bit more time, I sat down and started making my first ever StarCraft Custom Campaign. I'm breaking it up into three Mission Packs, and yesterday I completed designing Mission Pack 1! I'm quite proud of it, and just need to do some more testing myself before I role it out to my play testers. @EchoGolfSierra -
It's also fantastic that my health has been strong this entire vacation. I put a few pounds on, I've eaten well, and I'm feeling really good.
I have another vacation, a week off, before Canada Day, and I'm hoping it comes quick!
The world tried to goof me by throwing in a little bit of bad luck. The pharmacist assistant that was getting my very embarrassing medication ready and had to explain it to me was my biggest crush in high school.
The world must not have gotten the memo that self conscious Tim has been taken over by chill, cool Tim. It was a little embarrassing but I'm not dying over it like I would have.
That's good @TimothyWedel . Embarrassing situations come up in life, and learning to roll with them is important. Most of the time they're not as embarrassing as we think, or even if they are, most people won't care for very long unless you yourself make a big deal about it.