Cee’s Oddball Challenges:Looking for a Hard Day’s Knight And Ann’s an Oddball

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It’s been a hard day’s night, and I’ve been sleeping like a log. Yes, I’m borrowing these words. After the week we’ve all had, a Knight is what we need to save the spirit, the body, the soul and to snare the sneaking dragons hiding in our cardboard boxes.

It hasn’t been easy, but the spirit of the fight is still in me. Mother dragons are like that. We always find a way to come back from the outside. Since yesterday I didn’t know where I was or when I was, I’ve come a long long way. I picked out a car that I will buy so I can go to therapy, it’s lovely. A 2017 Mint colored spark with a black interior, back up cameras and has been crashed tested by my mother so it’s safe. I’ve read all of the new material on nutrition that they gave me at the hospital. I’ve worked on healing the bruises that the hospital put on ever spot on my body and I’m looking a bit like the dragon below. I’m just a little more scaly and blinking in the bright light. Sleep all day and feel almost normal. Tomorrow is the calling of the dragons, I mean doctors, for new appointments.

I don’t think I will ever go back to an emergency room no matter what the docs recommend. The Techs were great, the nurses swarmed around non-stop, but the docs in this particular employment situation called hospitalers didn’t have the experience with me as an individual and didn’t make contact with my regular doctors. There was only one who interacted with me as if I were important enough to actually meet, the rest blew me off. “You want to go home, don’t you?” Yeah, but I’d also like to know who I am, why I’m there and what is going on. Yesterday morning I didn’t know any of that. I thought I was part of the Mars Exhibition. Either that or I was back in the US Army, or was that band camp. Never went to band camp, but it would have fit the picture. SO here’s my photo. I’m the oddball and off into a new week we go.

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Still in the Hospital

Well, yes, here I sit pondering what to write and I want to write so much. Photography has been easier for me to do, writing harder. My heart monitor bangs against the touch plate of my MacBook Pro, causes the curser to jump all over the place making writing things most interesting.

Here’s the update:
*Been here since Wednesday, earliest possible escape will be tonight. The longer it keeps the doc from arriving to check on me, the longer it will be, adding days, months, weeks years…
*Starting to be given fewer steroids.
*Sugar levels are still really high.
*Still on stroke protocol, MS Exacerbation protocol, T2D protocol
*Still fatiguing, lassitude
*Physical Therapy is going well.
*Avoiding as much stress as possible and avoiding politics
*Family is being really supportive(including all of my extended non-blood related family and friends)
*Fever down, BP down, Oxygen levels up.

Loving the July 2017 summer movies coming up, especially Valerian, and the City of 1,000 Planets. My niece Julie looks like the heroine, strong, intelligent, beautiful and passionate. The link to the preview is

http://io9.gizmodo.com/luc-bessons-valerian-looks-like-all-your-scifi-dreams-c-1788781880?utm_campaign=socialflow_gizmodo_facebook&utm_source=gizmodo_facebook&utm_medium=socialflow

I love science fiction. The director is the gentleman who did The Fifth Element.