Monday, March 19, 2012

A good news day!

This morning we had a Doctor appointment for Mister. His teacher had requested a hearing test. It turns out he had a big ol wax plug stuck in his ear. She was able to flush it out with water and he says it feels a lot better.

She also read me the results of my MRI - ordered back in September due to my brain fart. The concern was that I may have had a stroke, although they suspected it was an aura migraine. Due to the onset of headaches and a slight loss in vocabulary - I was sure it was going to be a darn tumor or some damn thing... Turns out my brain is perfectly normal! I know what your thinking... who woulda thunk it!? No sign of ever having a stroke. No tumor... nothing. They are associating my headaches, aura migraines and fluctuating minor speech problems with .... stress. Go figure. This pretty much started when our adoption process really started to take off. Of course there are other stresses in my life right now related to our business and how we are going to finance this adoption... but soon it will all be worked out and we can relax and de-stress in Kenya.

Speaking of Kenya... fantastic news on that front as well. KKPI has confirmed delivery of our dossier this morning!! This means that it will be available for April's NAC meet - however, there is no guarantee that it will actually be reviewed in April. I suppose that depends on how big that pile of is that sits in front of them!

6 comments:

Sylvie and Victor said...

Will say a special pray to my angels for your dossier to be reviewed in April!!!

Fantastic news about your MRI test results. You must be relieved.

'Jo' said...

Thank you Sylvie! xox

Anna said...

Hope the pile is not too big! Sounds like you had an excellent day, happy for you!

Janna said...

Wow - that is a good news day! Good to hear - I hope your dossier is reviewed in April.

Quinn And Zoe said...

Oh wow - yippee!! Sending lots of speedy dossier love...

'Jo' said...

Thank you all! ;) When those good news days come along, you have to grab a hold and hang on tight so they can carry you through the valley of despair days ;)! xox