How is it Wednesday already? Jeez Louise has this week flown by. What’s been going on you ask? Well a few things.
First, last week when I walked out my back door from the lanai, I was staring straight at this:
Obviously I can never leave my house again.
Last week I told you about the 2nd washer that we got but that it had spring a leak and we had to move it out to the garage for repairs. Well, it was actually in front of the garage and MacGyver fixed it, but just to make sure it didn’t leak again he wanted me to wash a few loads before moving it back to the laundry room. That’s how we became known as ‘the house with the washer in the front of the garage smack dab in the middle of the driveway’ people.
The neighbors love us.
In order to prevent any fines from the city I convinced MacGyver that it was working just fine and he moved it back into the laundry room/ spare bathroom yesterday, and so far it’s working with no issues. I know this because I’ve already used it 4 times. Yes, I know, it’s a problem.
Last week I met with my immunologist regarding the antibody tests results. He confirmed what I thought, that they were definitely low. And actually, 7 out of 14 were basically non-existent, which means if I were to get sick with that type of illness my body would have a hard time fighting it.
So, the immunologist has ordered a pneumovax vaccine and then I have to go back in 4 and 6 weeks and have more antibody testing to see if my body develops antibodies. Hopefully then I’ll know if the low IGG Subclasses are an issue or not. In the meantime, the immunologist wanted to re-check my allergies.
I’m not sure if you can see it but the bright red spot on my back is for mold. Apparently, I am allergic to mold, good to know. Fortunately, I can avoid that easily. Now, the big red spot on my arm, number 26, that’s going to be a hard one. Because my worst nightmare was realized right there in the doctor’s office. Guess who is allergic to her most favorite thing on the planet?
People, I’m extremely allergic to………………
There’s always the option of allergy shots. Because getting rid of the offending allergy is NOT an option.
Besides, my dogs protect me. Just yesterday one of the snakes that live outside the lanai managed to find a way into the lanai and was just slithering around like he owned the place. Little Hank saw it and grabbed it by the tail and shook it until it turned around and hissed at him. I screamed and MacGyver came out and tried to get it out from behind the hurricane shutters with a grabber thingy. It ran out the other side and then Hank chased it out the door. It was all very scary but now I really can’t ever leave my house again. EVER.
At least I have two washers to keep me busy and wtf, it’s Wednesday! Something interesting is bound to happen, right?
When is the last time you saw a snake?
Do you have allergies? To what?