After the last difficulties with hitting a vein to have blood drawn, the effectiveness actually caught me off guard. So much so, I missed the stick. They got it one the first one. Sweet. Within minutes they filled five vials for the full spectrum of tests we requested. Never send a nurse to do a phlebotomist’s job… that’s what I always say. Don’t act like you never heard me. Anyhow, ever notice how phlebotomists can be so vein? Sheesh.
The good news is many of the results will start coming back to Dr. Rodriguez’s office (Broadlands Family Practice) today. Others — those that are cultured — will be next week. With Ryan being so physically healthy I’m not anticipating any issues. I’ll let you know if anything presents itself.
Catch Me if You Can
Sue was given two tickets to see the Broadway play Catch Me if You Can. Kari was beside herself with excitement when she found out she was going. She loves live theater. In fact, she actually watches video of plays. But, to her, nothing beats the atmosphere of a Broadway show. She loves the fine arts, and without her in my life I NEVER would have gained an appreciation. Whereas the rest of the family thinks in rows and columns, always trying to find the bottom line, she thinks out of the other side of her brain. It’s wonderful to experience her. My only complaint is the pre-college school system doesn’t embrace too.
Now, wait. It get’s better. The tickets they were given were — hold onto your hats — front row, center. I wish I could have seen her face. But, wait. There’s more! Kari met the lead actor after the performance, Norbet Leo Butz! She had a photo snapped of this and sent it to me right away.
Being completely uncultured, I had no idea how acclaimed Norbert is. He won several Tony awards for his performances as well as a few television roles. If you want, you can see his bio by clicking here.
I wonder if Kari was able to calm down enough to get any sleep at all last night?