How was your day? This was mine.

Didn’t sleep so good last night, no surprise there.  Did get 1 mask for the CPAP, so I should be good for a month or so.  Hopefully my nights of crappy sleep will become a thing of the past.  We shall see what happens with the mask.


The trip to Mayo was standard fare.  Did not hit construction until we got to Minnesota.  Then about 15 miles of 1 lane with a truck going real slow in the front.  It’s all good, we made it, would have been “on time” if we didn’t have to stop and alleviate pressure from our bladders when we got there.  So, technically we were 2 minutes late but had to wait for 10 minutes for the lab to call my name, so I call it even.

Did not get to see Dr. Alkhateeb today, saw some CRNP instead names Sue I think.  She had the personality of a shoe.  She seemed competent enough, but she like phoned the visit in.  I would rather have seen Dr. Alkhateeb and his bad sense of humor and attempts at having a personality.  Oh well, that’s another visit over.

Then I went and got more baby shots.  And damn do my arms hurt.  Typing this is really causing dimensions in pain.  So, it will probably be much shorter than normal.  Getting the shots took about 10 minutes total.

We got word via the portal that we don’t have to go back for 2 months.   Which is a big YEAH BUDDY!!!!  I do have to get a blood test next week and another blood test in a month.  But I get to do those at Dr. Wehbe’s clinic, which is just a short jaunt away.   So, that’s cool too.

The drive home we stopped for dinner in Clear Lake at Culvers.  It was exceptional as per Culvers normal.  We then proceeded home, however Waze took us a new way home which took us thru Ames on the 30 and from the 30 to the 169 into Adel.  I do not think it took any more time, but it sure was a nicer drive (ride) than the traffic that is the 35/80 through Des Moines.  We may make that weird detour the normal route just because.

We got home about 7:30pm, which made it a 12 hour day.  Which is much better than the 16 hour days we normally ended up with before.  I am still dead tired though, it’s a draining experience.


It was a beautiful day in Rochester, but here it was supposedly 90 degrees.  I am so glad I didn’t have to deal with the heat today.  Tomorrow will be a whole nother story.  And so on and so forth and so on and so forth for a while at least.


Everything I ordered did show up yesterday.  All of it.  Not all the I expected, but everything I ordered.  I seem to have forgotten some things, so I ordered them to be delivered tomorrow.


Now I am on arm recovery mode for the weekend.  Going to watch wrestling Saturday and Sunday.  AEW and WWE (if I can stomach it), respectively.  ROH is next weekend.


I surrender, gonna go rest my arms.


Author: Jeff Campbell

I am 49 year old guy, who beat blood cancer but is getting his butt kicked by bone marrow cancer. At this point it appears I am dying. Married and in love with the most wonderful woman in the world (27 years). She has stood by me thru a lot of crap and I love her so.

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