Sunday, March 5, 2017
I went to the doctor and he said that he wanted me to do a CT. He said that there was a mass and he wanted to get a better idea of what it was. Maybe it was a hormone secreting tumor or it could be apart of the PCOS that they are 99.999% sure that I have. So I wait and wait and call the doctors office to see if I could schedule an appointment myself because they were taking so long; they told me I had to wait because they had to get an authorization from the insurance. (They told me when they called that they didn't need one) so I get in to do it and the gal that was the tech was really nice. As soon as I go to get dressed she told me to wait because they were having computer problems and I might have to do the test again. But they figured it out.
The results came in and the doctor sent me an email because I didn't want to waste my time and get an appointment. The email said that there was indeed a mass near my left ovary and he was going to refer me to a gynecologist to help me with my issue of a mass.
So the waiting game began again. I had to wait for the new doctors office to call me and set an appointment up. They called the next day or something like that. They had someone cancel their appointment and I got the appointment. I went and talked with the doctor and they did an examination and I have to have surgery to get the 30cm mass removed (the mass is the size of my belly.). They want to do it quickly so that it is out of me. They did a blood tests and made sure that it isn't cancerous. (It's not)
The surgery is going to be on the 16th of March. (I'm not happy because Knittech and I were suppose to spend a week in Seattle going to a concert and enjoying out time). Knittech is going to take me to the hospital and help me recover from this.
I told Mr. Boss Man and he wasn't happy because he relays on me a lot because I'm pretty much the only one that bends over backwards to help. I told my staff that I'm not going to be here for 4 weeks and I needed them to help Mr. Boss Man out. I'm afraid that they aren't going to help.
After telling Mr. Boss Man the news I went home and I drank a whole bottle of wine myself. It was not a smart idea but that's what I wanted to do.
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
One of my resolutions this year is to get checked out by the doctor and make sure everything in my reproductive system is fine. I wanted to confirm that I have PCOS. The last doctor I went to said that she was 99.999% sure that I had it and that I didn't need any tests to confirm it. All I had to do was loose weight and take metformin and I needed to loose weight.
My goal in life is to have a child by the time I'm 30. So I went to a different doctor last month and told him my goal. The first thing he did was he wanted to 100% confirm that it is PCOS. So I had a blood test to check my hormone levels. I was expecting a phone call with results, a letter came in the mail with the results. (I really liked that). The next step is getting an ultrasound done on my ovaries to see if there are masses on or in them. (The doctor said that I would get a phone call to set the appointment up and nothing happened for a week and I called them and set up the appointment myself. At least it got done.)
One of the things that I didn't like about the doctor was that he kept saying that I am obese. He could have said overweight. I'm not going to nitpick that issue with the doctor.
Sunday, October 2, 2016
I've been feeling a little stressed out since Mr. boss man told me he really wants to quit. Nothing I can do or say will make him want to stay. He's unhappy with his job which I can understand it stressful when you're the boss and you have to answer to higher ups, your employees, your assistant and just about everyone else. He says that he may want to stay to help out with the engraving for the holiday season and then he might go. He might even go before the holiday season which is really stressing me out because I don't want to be the boss when it comes to the holiday season. We still have to hire three engravers which we're trying to get one of the master engraver back that we normally get it. And I'm not even sure if he's going to come back. Then I have to hire a sales person for the season. Then I have to hire a permanent employee that only gets eight hours a week. And it's not great hours either it's normally nighttime four hours per shift.
When I got into work the first thing I did was clean my engraver. I figured out how to tighten the vise block. This morning started out with customers coming in and wanting to get their stuff engraved. There was a lot of handholding because it was customers were like: "how would you do this or how would you do that". I did make my sales goal today and it was in before 1pm.
I'm trying to get the redisplay started and it's just not happening. There's just way too many people coming in when I start trying to work and they want to ask questions, they want to see things, they want all of my attention. Whenever I start something I have to immediately stop because somebody come in I get a phone call that they want to ask a hundred questions.
So that's how my days going so far. It's about 3 o'clock so I think I'm gonna try and get my redisplay started and see how far I get.