Has Christmas 2019 really already come & gone???? Those shortened number of days between Thanksgiving & Christmas sure counted this year, didn’t they? Seems like I just got my decorations (tons of them) up and now it’s time to take them down. Whoever pointed out that time goes faster the older you get was a very intuitive person!!!
I do hope your Christmas was wonderful. Mine was less than spectacular this year. I managed to prepare and serve our big family breakfast/brunch on Christmas morning and got through opening gifts and seeing the grandkids enjoying all their surprises; but as soon as they left I hit the sofa and stayed there until my sweet husband decided something had to be done. Early the next a.m. as soon as the sun was up we headed for the EMERGENCY ROOM!
I won’t go into all the endless details (nobody wants to read all that) but I have been going through “something” for a month. Was sent to the cardiologist where everything checked out (thank you, God), but issue continued on. My own dr. was stumped. ER tests and dr. report showed….hold on! ANXIETY. What? Why? I’m not stressed; my life is blessed; and yet I can be just sitting watching TV or reading a good book and my breathing goes crazy!!!! The ER doctor was absolutely fabulous, so compassionate, took a lot of time with us. He explained anxiety doesn’t have to come from stress; but rather from an imbalance in the brain. (I’ve got to do some research on this stuff! Of course, I already knew my brain was
Don’t you just love to hear old people complain about their ill health???? One great thing though….the dr. saw my age and complimented me for how really healthy and in good shape I was. Thank you, Dr. Price….I needed that😊
Soooo….what do we do now that Christmas is over???? I will miss it, especially my tree lights. Of course, they may be up awhile longer because this spent body is resting for a few more days!!!
I am having a little trouble wrapping my brain around the fact that it’s about to be 2020! Has a nice ring to it though😊 I don’t make RESOLUTIONS, but may think about trying to set some GOALS….but I’ll save that for my next post. Just wanted to drop in and say I do hope you had a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS (and didn’t land in the ER like me!!!) and that the NEW YEAR will bring you abundant blessings. See you in 2020!