When I changed the bandage on Stan's toe last night, I could see that the skin has begun to mend and found no indications of infection. There is a lot less swelling and redness. I think he is about to turn the corner on this injury/surgery.
Water aerobics continues to challenge in good ways. I come home really tired but am energized once I recover. I can tell my legs and arms are getting stronger. All the water exposure has been a little tough on my allergies, but I'm coping.
The sun room is going well. We will go purchase the exterior stone tiles this afternoon and Brad will pick them up since Stan is pretty limited. The framing inspection is Monday morning. I have secured all the lighting fixtures for inside and out. I love wall sconces and will finally have some in the sun room, despite objections for the other party involved. We couldn't find anything we really liked so I ended up getting single tulip lights for now. They can be changed easily when we find ones we really like - maybe antique.
I got my lab results this week and my A1C is the best it's been in years. All my other numbers are great too. I have my second Rituxan infusion this week then I'm done for 10-12 months. I am seeing the foot doctor Monday to try to figure out why I am still in so much pain since the surgery in March 2017. If I need surgery, it will have to be after the aerobics class is over for the semester.
We have our 50th class reunion this October and I am really looking forward to all the activities. It will be great to see everyone!
Stan and I are so blessed. I can't imagine a better life.