Friday, September 2, 2016

The storm has passed

We were very lucky with just heavy downpours, still a few on and off, but no flooding here. Many low lying areas did have some. Beaches did have some erosion. The major part of the storm , a cat 1 hit in Cedar Key, over a hundred and fifty miles north from here. A lovely dog friendly vacation place that we enjoy. Not too bad though and it will be fine in no time once again.
We are a resilient state!
We always come back no matter what nature bestows on us!

Moving on...

My first night was not easy, make that four plus hours with my breathing apparatus.
Four is your minimum.
It was not as easy as I thought, there must be a learning curve.
Mine covers my nose and mouth.
Hubby told the doctor I'm a mouth breather! I do have a rather small nose, but it pinched it and left a mark like a bruise! The respiration therapist fitted it at their facility.
And I thought I was good to go.
Hubby tried tweaking it this morning, hopefully his adjustments will work for tonight. Last night I did not sleep well and was up again for a few hours, defeating the gizmos reasoning. Well, I do have access for help, and if we don't get the kinks worked out after this holiday weekend, I'll give them a call.
Maybe there's a sleep apnea apparatus book for dummy's?
Oh I don't know.

On that note of perhaps, allow me to be the very first to wish you all a very happy good night, and ask you all to kindly count all your blessings and we will too!

And next time please be here or be square, ya hear!

PS This is supposed to help with those wee hours headaches, caused possibly by the sleep apnea! Hope so!

X-rayed and MRI'd

No results yet, ha! (3-5 business days.) The furry kids stayed home ( first time since my night visit to the hospital) and Hubby dropped m...