What a difference a day makes.
But before getting into that, am I really that predictable? When I spoke with two people about this—in separate conversations in the last 24 hours—one of the first things they both asked was, “How big is your spreadsheet?” Not one, but two! Of course, they’re referring to my propensity to put things into spreadsheets for detailed analysis. Sorry to disappoint, but “Data Dan” has NOT created a spreadsheet for this journey. Yet. (Yes, I’m a geek and damned proud of it!)
So I woke up this morning in a much better frame of mind and that carried through the entire day. I was focused at work and got caught up on a few things that have been casualties of all of these distractions. I’m hopeful that the trend will continue, but wise enough to know that there are probably rough days ahead yet.
I’m not at all worked up about getting the bone scan results tomorrow around noon, which is quite contrary to what I would have predicted a couple of days ago. I’ll try to get the word out as quickly as I can, but I do know that my afternoon is booked with meetings, so getting to the blog may take a while.
I did call for the consultation appointment with the surgeon and that will be late in the afternoon on Thursday, 9 December. I’ll have to confirm that we’ll have the colonoscopy results by then (scheduled on 6 December).
I ended the night with dinner at my friends’ home—a very enjoyable evening and a great close to a much better day.
I guess when you hit a wall, you bounce off and try again.