Once the deliver truck had arrived, my poor Rob mentioned how bad the pain in his right side was. He has had this pain for over a week now. Dr. Diodati is on call at the Wiarton Hospital on Mondays, so I loaded him up and delivered him to the Emergency Department. Rob just got released at 6:30 pm, after about 4 hours of being there. Rob has had blood in his urine for the past year, and the Doctor suspects he might either have a kidney stone or the on set of Appendix could be beginning. Rob will go for an Ultra Sound tomorrow to try and determine what is going on. Hopefully there will be some light shed on his nasty pain in his right side (we know it isn't Gall Bladder, as that had been removed). Poor guy was most certainly out of commission most of his day.
I stopped by the Wiarton Tourism Office today down in Bluewater Park, where my friend Holly works. Congratulations on your 20th Year Anniversary of working there Holly !!! what a milestone this is for you. And really Holly doesn't look old enough to have had been working there for 20 years. And really can you believe this girl also works alongside her hubby, Bill, running their downtown Wiarton Business, The Cluttered Cupboard. She is solid as a person and an inspiration, and I am fortunate to have her as my friend.
Funny thing was Lexus not realizing I was stablizing the swing while her and I had been relaxing on it. This morning she decided she would jump up on it for a little more relaxation and when flying when it went a swinging .... poor girl that was the end of that for her !!!
My laundry is off the line and folded (however not put away yet). My husband is feeling a little dopey from the pain medication they had injected him with, and our Aussies still all need some attention before bedtime. I was going to have myself a cuppa tea, but thinking I might have a hot shower instead and have myself an early night, Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard.