Praying that God would lead you to the right place, and it would all work out.Today I went for a run around Lion's Park. I started a 2nd lap but then after a while decided I'd better get back to my AirBnB and get cleaned up and get breakfast so I don't keep the realtor I'm working with waiting. So, I cut about a third of my run out. Went to Mcdonald's for breakfast and sent a text to the realtor telling him I was ready to start our day whenever it was convenient for him. A little while later we got started and explored some properties. There was one that is in the closing process that I am considering making a contingency bid on. While it's not perfect, it's probably about as close as I'll come. Tomorrow morning I'm going to study the neighborhood covenant and if I can live with the covenant I'll ask the realtor to let me see the house one more time so I can scrutinize it in a detailed fashion before making an offer. The realtor told me that quite a few deals have been falling through before closing lately so it's worth it to make an offer if I want the home. Later I had a burger at a sit down place and then I went to the local Calvary Chapel for a Bible study that covered Deuteronomy Chapters 29 and 30.
It's been lightly snowing here all day. Tomorrow morning I think I'll run in the studded shoes I brought.
It's called a Pinguecula which sounds like Dracula's twin sister, but it's a cyst that forms on the surface of the eye near where the nose is. Very annoying. It blew up on my eye about 2 weeks ago, I hoped it would go away. It's painful like you have a constant sharp little thing in your eye and itchy. It didn't disappear so I was very blessed to be able to go to that specialist. I figured out what it was pretty quickly by dr google.Whoa! I have one eye starting to act "dry" and I've been told to use OTC drops. Why a needle? Get a second opinion!!!!
It's Canada. There are no second opinions in real life here. Sometimes you can, but you take what you get and hope that he or she graduated in the top half of the class.
If I hadn't been in his practice to check on some other vision problems every 6 months, I would likely have been on a wait list to see him that would last about 18 months right now.
Because I have a lot of auto immune stuff (if you have one, you are vastly more likely to have a lot) I'm used to having new weird stuff arrive. I don't fuss about it, I can usually self diagnose and treat anyway (terrible thing to admit) but it's Canada, and thankfully I was an RN so I do have some ability to figure out the probabilities, and when it's time to start lining up for emergency care.
I figured I wasn't up to the job for diy eyeball procedures so I let him poke me and it's improving slowly but it's an indicator I need to be more careful to use drops, and reduce screen time to avoid it coming back/getting worse.