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Tests and Errands

May 27th, 2020 at 01:35 pm

I was out most of the morning yesterday, first to get my two tests, at two different locations, and then through the Panera drive-through and finally, a 20-minute shop inside Aldi. I spent $14 at Panera for bread, bagels and cream cheese, and I spent $48 at Aldi. I was so focused on social distancing and getting out fast, that I forgot three things on my list. Well, one I can't get at Aldi -- popcorn kernels. The other two were spaghetti and maple syrup. I can probably get through the month without those.

I got my results from the chest x-ray very fast -- no problems. Everything was "unremarkable." So that's good, but I still don't know why I have a persistent cough.

It may be two days before I get results from the antibody test.

Variables are at 64%.

It's quite warm, but I haven't turned the AC on yet. I haven't reached that degree of discomfort yet.

3 Responses to “Tests and Errands”

  1. creditcardfree Says:

    That's great news on your lungs! My daughter coughs when her allergies are not well managed, generally when pollen counts are high. We can develop allergies at any age. I seem to have a little bit more of a reaction now to pollen living in the south.

  2. Wink Says:

    I broke down and turned on my AC yesterday. I keep it set at 78 degrees which seems to be my "bordering on discomfort" temperature. It hasn't been kicking on much yet. Glad your chest x-ray was clear!

  3. My English Castle Says:

    Eager to hear about your antibody test.

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