We’ve now had our second blizzard of 2015 and our area was spared the snow, but we did suffer the high winds and low, low temperatures. We got about 1.5 inches of snow whereas York county and Downeast Maine were besieged with two feet of snow.
The last two weeks were quite hectic as I was on my two weeks of 10 hour shifts, not to mention I was also working 16 days straight. Add that to a seemingly endless number of appointments, the endless shoveling, and the fact we had the kids for the second week of my 10’s I just wasn’t getting any sleep.
We had to go to Portland for an Ultra Sound because the tech at Mid-Coast felt that the umbilical cord might not being doing its job. This we were told the day after being told, he looks great, he’s the right size, you are right where you should be. So we go to Portland this past Friday for the appointment and at the end the doctor says that we never should have come down, that based on the ultra-sound we had at Mid-Coast he wouldn’t have recommended this scan.
Kate was very pleased and felt vindicated that she knew everything was fine. What made her the happiest is she can now say “I told you so” to her doctors. My thought is he could have taken a look before they did this one though to save us the trip and the out of pocket expense.
Only a couple weeks until the Boston Pro Wrestling Marathon! So looking forward to that!