Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Doc Update

The doc's office is on the edge of the tornado zone in Richardson and has a little damage outside the building. Fortunately,  his nearby home is undamaged and his family was home at the time so they are all safe. From the office parking lot, you can look over a block or two and see where homes that used to have second floors and great trees are now both gone. Down the streets that go to the west from the office, one can see the flashing lights of city crews and others who are trying to bring a little normalcy back to the surrounding neighborhood. The tornado really hit way to close to home for so many.

As for yours truly.... I am okay. There are things in the bloodwork that are very borderline and thus have to be watched. I have lost another 10 pounds in about two months or 50 pounds since the first of the year. I am now below 300 for the first time in decades. He thinks that is the ongoing grief deal I am dealing with and is concerned about myself and Scott on the issue. 

Bouchercon is a go at this point. He thinks I should pace myself and be careful, but he thinks it would be a good thing for me to go and do what I can as I can. Which is What Scott has been saying for weeks now. 

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