Iâ€™m not very good at waiting. The waiting game is a horrible game. I mean, a game is supposed to be fun, right? Waiting is not fun, nor is it even close to resembling any sort of good experience. Bottom line, itâ€™s a least desirable thing to do. I donâ€™t know anyone who likes to waitâ€¦I mean, they may be patient, they may be okay with some period of waiting, but thatâ€™s about it.
So, that brings me to today. This morning, I had an appointment to get a sinus x-ray done at a nearby radiology center. It was so nearby in fact that I could have walked there. I would have had to cross a busy intersection, but I do that when I run some days, so that in and of itself wouldnâ€™t have bothered me. If it wasnâ€™t for the fact that I had to be at work not long after said x-ray, I would have done just that (or biked). Anyway, I had an appointment for 9:15am and it wasnâ€™t until 30 minutes later that I got in for that appointment. Thankfully, the x-rays themselves were fairly quick and I was out of there like speed lightning (okay yeah, not really).
Now, the real waiting begins. If I thought waiting for 30 minutes this morning was less than exciting, now I have to wait for the results of the x-rays and my blood work from Monday come in. Iâ€™m hopeful that these two things show my doctor *something* to answer the question as to why I am so exhausted all-day-long.
Please donâ€™t get me wrong here, Iâ€™m not complaining (well, not much), I just want answers and I want them right away. I mean, we are the â€œright nowâ€ generation or people, arenâ€™t we? Patience is a virtue and hey, Iâ€™m doing my best to make that virtue something I strive to achieve. 🙂
And, finally today here’s the winner of the Mediterranean Snacks Giveaway: #11 (aka Mindy @Road Runner Girl)! Please email me with your address so I can send it to Mediterranean. Thanks for participating everyone and congrats to the winner! (I used the random.org generator to determine the winner)