The sun is up already, and I’m fairly sure it’s going to be hot and humid. Oh well, just another summer in Missouri. It usually stays hot through September. At least most of the schools are air conditioned so the kids aren’t suffering. In 1980, (I was barely legal) when my first husband and I got married, it held the record for the highest temperature on that date since records started being kept. The shoe factory (where I worked later on) had ambulances all over the place taking people to the hospital for heat exhaustion, while the factory manager sat in his air conditioned office. These employees stood over machines that heated up all around you. Mine did, though I know other machines got much hotter than mine.
Well, the doctor appointments have started again. Last Friday, I saw my endocrinologist, and this Friday, I see my primary care doctor. In August, I see the G.I. and the dermatologist. Last but not least, we get to go back to St. Louis in September or October. Yippee!! Well, if you can’t beat them, join them.
I’m absolutely exhausted after watching Ann’s little Gibbs run the house over. It’s a good thing there weren’t any cats around or they'd wish they were in a rocking chair factory, just for the rest!!! Tee hee.