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Thursday, January 28, 2010

Sleep? What's That?

I am always tired but I have so much to do. Even when I want to go to bed early I can't. I have things to get done! I want to take a nap, but can't do that either. I have a full schedule these days. It will make graduation day that much more sweet! I am sleepy though. I am finishing up one thing then heading to bed.

Yes, you say "You're up writing a blog post? Isn't that a time waster?" Yes it is. But I am multi tasking at the moment. I wouldn't be up if I didn't have something else I was doing. I never do get to bed early and never have. It's a terrible habit but now that I want to, I can't!

One good note, I got my appointment rescheduled. I go in on the 16th of March which is during spring break for me so I don't have to worry about missing class. The bad news is that is my two older daughters birthdays. (If you aren't familiar with my blog or my family then this is news to you but yes they share the same birthday 3 years apart. Amazingly people ask if I planned that. For those that wanted to ask, the answer is NO! haha)

Anyway I feel bad because this will be an all day thing. I have to see an Endocrinologist for my thyroid followed up with my Oncology visit. Doctors just love me. I keep them in business. I think when we get to the endocrine section in my classes at school we may have to palpate the thyroid. I am not sure but I am assuming that would be part of an assessment. I have a thyroid nodule that you can absolutely feel when palpating. Actually, you can see it if you look close. (I hate it.) I could be a good learning tool for my classmates. haha

Goodnight bloggy friends!!


Catherine said...

Try to rest well Sandi!

UPrinting said...

Good luck with your appointment with the Endocrinologist!
Getting enough sleep is really important, so I hope you get some well-deserved rest! I used to be able to stay up really late and then wake up really early. But my body now protests if I don't get at least four or five hours of sleep!

Anonymous said...

I have read that it is not easy to see the thyroid nodule unless it is large. Maybe it is not always the true.