Today I spoke on the phone to my close friend Pete Olsen who encouraged me to continue to write in my blog about what I was doing daily. I was considering not blogging about ordinary things. But I've changed my mind at Pete's encouragement.
Went to Kaiser and looked at Mobile Homes
At 7:15am I drove my new Honda Fit to the nearby Kaiser Medical Center to have my blood checked for Coumadin level. I am on a 6-month program of blood thinning in order to get rid of any blood clots that remain as a result of my medical procedures last month.
I don't have to go for blood tests every day. The Coumadin clinic lets me know when to go. Today my Coumadin level achieved the 2-3 threshold for the first time. This means that I likely will cease giving myself daily Lovenox injections soon.
After Kaiser, I drove around looking at several mobile home parks in the City of Santee area. I don't know if I actually want to live in one of those mobile home parks. But I am going to look at them just to get an idea of what it costs and what the environment is there. Sort of an education thing for myself.
I have not made any firm decisions what my life is going to be like yet. I am sort of letting that decision dangle. After all, I am still in recovery mode from open heart surgery and the pace maker thing.