Is that a Tumor on Your Gland or Are You Just Happy to See me?
After a couple of long-ish days back to back, I decided to take it easy today. I was 18 miles into my ride when I stopped at the gym to re-acquaint myself with the weight room. I still hate it but it is a good thing to do to maintain bone density, especially when the only exercise you get is non-weight-bearing.
When I stopped, I checked my phone. My doctor had left me a voicemail about my CT Scan results. He referred me to an endocrinologist to have some tests done on my adrenal gland and its hitchhiker (an adenoma a little over 1 cm x 1 cm).
So I am up to three specialists so far. Four if you count the fact that my hematologist is also an oncologist.
None of this is bad news, by the way. I am grateful that I have a personal doctor who is thorough.
There is a tid bit of good news to report: I tried the spirometer today. I broke 3,250 ml. This is the target level for a healthy six-foot 62-year-old male. It’s a bit like ringing the bell at the circus. It’s pretty good news considering the fact that I am asthmatic.
The Cereal Quilter Quiz
I am not surprised that no one has guessed the answer to my quiz: Why would my quilter wife need me to eat more breakfast cereal?
A point of clarification: we are talking about ready-to-eat breakfast cereal, not oatmeal or cream of wheat.
I’ll give the answer in a couple of days.