Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Hooray for normal!

My glucose tolerance test came back normal - I am so excited as I was sure my blood sugar was going to be all whacked out. But so far so good...Now if I could just get this reflux under control I'd be a happy camper (I'll try not to even get started on the fact I couldn't start a new medication for it today because my insurance requires pre-authorization for a PRESCRIPTION - for crying out loud!).

Scrapbooking yesterday was fun and I did get some stuff done. Nothing exciting, but enough to have made it worth my while to spend a whole day off from other obligations.

I went to a CPR recertification class tonight so I am now ready to save lives - that is of course assuming that I could control my panic and actually remember what it is I am supposed to do. Fortunately I have never been in a situation where I needed to do CPR, but I am hoping I could pull myself together and do it if I needed to.

The parent/teacher conference with Bryn's teacher was today and all seems to be going well. She did say that Bryn sometimes struggles with emotional control (not news to us as we live with the drama everyday), but she didn't have any suggestions for helping. she just said that some people are wired that way and that she herself is wired similarly. Gotta love a teacher who really loves her students no matter what the issues...we are so fortunate that Bryn has such a patient and loving teacher as her introduction to the educational system!


Debi said...

Gray is definitely wired that way! The millionth degree! Glad to hear Bryn has such a wonderful teacher!

And I'm really glad to hear all is well in the pregnancy arena so far! What a relief, huh? When will they test again?

Aren't you going to show us your layouts?

Stacy at Exceedingly Mundane said...

Yeah, so glad that the glucose test results were good :) And glad you had fun at the crop - are you going to post some photos of your new layouts?! :)

Have a great day!

Irritable Mother said...

That IS great for Bryn to have a patient and loving teacher. My son's second grade teacher could be the voice-over for Snow White...very sweet and kind woman! I hope all of Bryn's future teachers are just as great.

Question for you...Is it possible for a Praying Mantis to lay three egg sacs? PM #2 is still holding on over here and Joshua insists she's getting fat again. He thinks she'll lay another egg sac. I simply don't know.