She was great! She is taking 'charge' of Emma's case. Emma is not left on her own any more to guess and continue to have seizures (as has been the case in the last few months.)
New Doctor is ordering tests and checking blood levels...and then she is calling to give results immediately. She said to call any time and we know she means it.
We are both so happy and feel Emma is in good hands. Thankful. Thankful. Thankful.
We came home Saturday afternoon because Katie was suppose to have a volleyball tournament on Sunday...which was cancelled due to a snowstorm.
Saturday morning we walked around and shopped a little in Lincoln Square. I took a few pictures.
Last night after the Super Bowl (which was a great game) I watched Downton Abbey.
Briefly, my observations...
I love watching this show but I am not very happy with some of the mail story lines.
I do not like the whole investigation of Anna. That whole topic should have been left in the past. There must have been something more interesting that Anna and Bates could have done this season. Blech.
I don't mind the Cora and Mr. Bricker storyline. I just can't tell if she is totally naive or if she is being passive aggressive. What do you think?
Lord Grantham is mad.
"When you choose to ignore a woman like Cora."
I didn't care about Mrs. Patmore and the investing plot. I suppose it was entirely done so we could see Mrs. Hughes manipulate Carson into thinking he had a good idea.
My favorite relationship is Mary and Tom.
I was right about Barrow. Sad story.
I understand that Edith is bound by cultural and family rules and mores but gosh,
I want her to run away with Marigold and I will not be happy until she does. It's funny, Tom and Mary don't really care to spend time with their children (the way it was) and the one person who can't be with her child....wants to be with her child. Classic.
"There must be another way."
"infinite danger to your reputation."
Don't let the door hit ya!
And lastly Daisy. Shush.
"You're one of us."
"Get downstairs!" ~carson
Oh yes. That rascally Mr. Bricker. Letch.
Encourage one another,