These last two weeks have been challenging. Especially because I spent at least 5 of those days completely imobile in bed. And that’s because moving those bins out of Brad’s and into storage aggravated my hemmeroids. Yep. I said it. They were that bad.
Which is why I went to a hemmeroids specialist yesterday. He was very nice. Which honestly I really don’t care about. I’d rather have a good doctor with no bedside manner than a friendly doctor with zero skills. But he seemed to have both. Much unlike the last Gastroenterologist who butchered me and didn’t even know what colon hydrotherapy was.
Compared to this doc who knew exactly what I did and when I told him I was looking for a new location, said he may have a room and that we would be a good fit together. I was so floored I don’t think I showed any of the enthusiasm I was feeling inside.
Turns out not having proper ventilation can cause excessive moisture. Did everyone else know that? Having the windows closed and running the vaporizer created so much moisture that even when I turned it off the floors remained damp. Even after I dried them the moisture just came back. Which points to me needing a dehumidifier, especially with winter coming. Just one more unexpected expense.
Which makes me grateful I had a couple eBay sales last week. But I’m doing eBay much like one does a bad marriage. I’m here, but my heart isn’t in it. So I decided that I’m not getting a new desktop computer. I’m going to wait for mine to die (it’s on its last breath) and then figure out what I want. Invest money in a business I really don’t enjoy? Find a naturopaths office (possibly the hemmeroid clinic) to set up shop? Or? IDK.
I’m just glad I’m feeling good. The air is clear, we had blue skies yesterday in between the rain.
Every day brings new challenges and opportunities. Doesn’t it? Which I suppose is better than every day being exactly the same. 🤷🏽♀️