Sunday Salon / Sunday Post – Pain and Management – Weekly Rewind – Mail Call


The Sunday Salon used to be a meme but was getting so huge it became unmanageable, so it is now a Facebook group that has become an
informal week in review gathering place for bloggers.

It is also a place to share our thoughts about things of a bookish nature.

The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by
Kimberly @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer
~ It’s a chance to share news~
A post to recap the past week on your blog, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead.


Pain and Management

This week was much better health wise and we got some answers. Thursday was a day full of medical events.

The morning started with grandson Remi getting his adenoids removed. He was a real trooper and back to his crazy self in no time.

Then Mr. Dollycas had a checkup with his doctor and has been referred to the Pain Management Clinic for pain in his legs. He was also told this virus we had is a “doozy” and could take a couple of weeks to get through our systems. He arrived home just in time to take me for my CT scan to examine the cyst on my spinal cord. The scan did show increased pressure on my spinal cord and normal degeneration. I too have been referred to the Pain Management Clinic.

Later in the afternoon, Kaden had his physical to play football and made the appointment to have the bar removed that was inserted into his arm to help heal the break. He will miss 1 game but is excited for the season to begin. He did attend football camp a couple of weeks ago and practices have started.

At about the same time I was in the dentist’s chair to determine what caused this toothache that seemed to appear while I was battling the flu. The tooth is healthy, nothing wrong with it, but the nerve seems to be inflamed/infected. The dentist, a very nice young man, prescribed some antibiotics and explained that while they will help the pain, (and they are), this will not heal the nerve. I have been given the choice of having the tooth pulled or a root canal with a crown added at a later date. Because this is a back tooth I have decided to just do the easiest and cheapest thing and have it extracted. The date has been set for the end of the month and with the way, Mr. Dollycas schedules things our trip to the pain management clinic will probably be the same day.

The rest of the week was spent getting my blog, reading and book tours back on track. No grandkids this weekend as we are taking no chances of them getting sick. Plus Natalie is off on an adventure with her aunt, uncle, and cousin on her mom’s side. Maybe I will have some pictures to share next week. I am sure she is having a blast.


Weekly Rewind – August 6 – 11, 2018

Monday – My Reading Itinerary Monday! – Week #32 2018

Tuesday – New Release Tuesday – August 2018 – Week #1

Plus – #Review / #Giveaway – Midnight Snacks are Murder (A Poppy McAllister Mystery) by Libby Klein – Great Escapes Book Tour – @KensingtonBooks

Wednesday – Cozy Wednesday with Heather Blake – Author of To Catch a Witch: A Wishcraft Mystery #GuestPost / #Review / #Giveaway – @crookedlanebks

Thursday – #Review / #Giveaway – Death on the Menu: A Key West Food Critic Mystery by Lucy Burdette – Great Escapes Book Tour – @crookedlanebks

Friday – Hallmark Movies & Mysteries “Garage Sale Mystery: The Mask Murder” Premiering this Sunday, Aug. 12th at 9pm/8c! #GarageSaleMysteries #Sleuthers @HallmarkMovie

Saturday – #Spotlight – Murder, She Reported by Peg Cochran – Great Escapes Book Tour @readalibi

I hope you all have a week full of sunshine, great friends, and wonderful books! 

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5 thoughts on “Sunday Salon / Sunday Post – Pain and Management – Weekly Rewind – Mail Call

  1. Sounds like a busy and full week. Hopefully headed on the right direction to being back to 100% real soon – or as much as we can expect at this stage of the game. 🙂

  2. It sounds like your family is keeping all the medical personnel in America in business! Let’s hope the coming weeks bring fewer trips to doctors for you and your family.

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