Thursday, March 13, 2008

Face


There's still a little something on my face.

It doesn't bother me, but I am still getting some questions, mostly this one: "What happened?" or "What happened to your face?" with a look of horror.

There is no short answer, so now I feel that the whole world knows what I'm going through. And I am ok with that for the most part.

While my mom is here I am doing my best to do as many errands as possible that require the car. I did Costco and Target and also went back to the hospital to get the records from the tests that I had done. I took some time yesterday to write out my pages of questions that I have for the specialist I will see soon.

That's the update from here.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I visit here regularly and just wanted to let you know that you even make a shiner look good! Thanks for sharing the stories of your life. -Kirsten

wendysue said...

On the bright side. . .certainly someone is in need of a beautiful girl with a shiner for an ad don't ya think??

Laura said...

It's good to hear from you! When I had my black eye I tried to wear sunglasses when I could. Not out of embarassment but telling to story was long and hard at time. I totally get that. I am glad you got the help from your mom. I hope you get more answers. That part has got to be the hardest.

cj said...

I love the insights that you share on tales. My brother has epilepsy and he has found that diet and watching for triggers has really helped him gain control. He also keeps a journal to take to Dr. appts. to keep track of how he is feeling under various treatments and questions he may have for the doctor.

Kage said...

cj, I would love to know more about the diet your brother adheres to. If you would rather email me, please do:
kristy at kristyglass dot com

Heather said...

The green in your sweatshirt really off-sets the yellow. Great color pallet. :)

y said...

Looking good! I think you are a fast healer ...

cj said...

Kristy:
I sent you and e-mail. Hopefully you got it. Take Care