I went to see an Ear Nose and Throat doc on Tuesday to find out what could be done about my near-chronic sinus infection that multiple rounds of antibiotics had failed to get rid of. He showed me my CAT scan films (which I had the fun of retrieving from Providence on a Sunday) and I pretty much have a bunch of junk, including a cyst lodged basically behind my cheek bones. Looks like when I got smacked in the nose in January my septum got shifted just a smidge and the tissue swelled up. On a normal person this might be okay (heck, my nose still looks the same), but because my passages were a bit small to begin with, stuff closed up, trapping crud in my sinuses.
So, right now I have a pile of drugs to try and fix this: 2 steroids and a shiny and different antibiotic( Drug List Ensues )
In more cheerful news, I worked my second Mariner's game for the team yesterday. We did 13,000+ dollars of business and all I can say is "ow my feet". Still it had it's fun moments and I can let the warm rosy glow of having survived it suffuse me.
Today I head off to McLendon's to use a coupon and (hopefully) buy some paving stones to start on my long-planned path across the front yard. After th path, there will be beds lining the path fill with sage and maybe thyme. Why? Becuase I hate cutting accross a wet lawn to my car and herbs are better than grass (see seanb
's post on the backyard for confirmation. There should also be grocery shopping and definitely some slacking and cleaning.
Oh and Happy Father's Day to whitelinedancer
, proof that my stubbornness is genetic :)