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Sunday, January 20, 2008

Griffin's Artwork and How I am Doing Today


Here is a picture of Griffin's artwork and it's of his current most favorite character Spongebob. I think that it is a pretty good likeness of him, goodness knows that he should know all the details since he sees it all the time and owns practically everything Spongebob. Anyhow, he seems to be quite proud of himself and his picture. The other pic is Griffin on the playground schmoozing up to the camera........again.

I had to go to Urgent Care yesterday due to the pain that had spread all over my lower back and down into my hips. I waited 3 hours but it was okay I guess because everyone was so very nice to me. I was very impressed by the staff and especially the doctor himself......he was a very laid back and casual sort of guy. He prescribed me some new meds to try and apparently by the way I feel today, they are working wonderfully. I guess that part of it is that I probably passed the stones because it seems like the most logical scenario. We do know for sure that there was blood and bacteria present so he gave me meds for that and valium to help me and my muscles relax and try to help the pain.

Regardless of the time I had to wait I was impressed with the level of care and kindness that I had the opportunity to experience there. Anyhow, I am moving freely today and I hope to take Griffin to the playground and to the arcade later this evening.

Hugs to all of you, thanks for your comments and showing me that you care

3 comments:

Julie Julie Bo Boolie said...

Glad you're feeling better. That is a wonderful drawing indeed!

KC's Blog said...

Griffin is a good artist! Way to go little guy! Look at that smile, he's beaming!

I hope you are a feeling better my dear friend. We love you guys very much!

I have never been to an arcade, is it noisy? Do you think that the boys would like it?

Melissa H said...

Wow, what a great picture!! Griffin is quite the little artist!
So glad you're feeling better, Lora. Hugs to you.