I continue to run around like a chicken with its head cut off (A saying that I received from my Mom). I keep expecting that my things-to-do list will taper off. But that taper has not arrived yet!
This morning I had an appointment at Kaiser for a PET scan. A couple of weeks back I had a chest X-ray in order for my cardio doctor to take a peek at the area of my open heart surgery. Apparently, Kaiser routinely has specialists look over these X-ray films. A Dr. Bercovich looked over my X-ray and located a small node on my lung. That's how this PET scan came to be scheduled.
I did not know anything about a PET scan before today. If I had known, I would have asked Dr. Lee (my primary care doctor) for some kind of anti-anxiety medication. Because I do not do well in small spaces. And this PET scan machine consists of a four foot long tube that is about 2 feet (inside diameter). I would have to be "inside" this tube for 25 minutes. Uh-uh! No way!
I felt bad for the two techs who prepped me. When I called off the PET scan, I could see in their faces disappointment.
More plants for the garden
After I left Kaiser, an Armstrong Garden Center popped up and I stopped to have a look-see. I bought some more "Impatiens". Different color than before. And some "Baby Tears". I am growing in a very low-light environment and these plants supposedly do well in shady places.
Earlier in the day I ordered a 7-tier wood plant stand from Overstock.com [link]. The garden is beginning to take shape!
The indoor waterfall is now surrounded by potted flowers and is looking pretty good at its new location on the kitchen counter!
When I arrived back at Guavas Gardens, a Hoover vacuum cleaner was waiting for me at my door! I had done a lot of online research in order to buy this Hoover. And the reviews are highly favorable.
This Hoover vacuum is powered by a Lithium-Ion battery. The battery delivers a tremendous amount of power! I was very surprised how powerful this Hoover is. I bought the Hoover from United Vacuum [link].
My carpet needed this vacuum sooooo much!