Catching up with the Cetus Crew (Part 1)
05 August 2022
Cetus tucked away in Marina Chica
Wow! Did I ever fall behind on my updates!
I last posted the end of June just before we tucked Cetus away in Marina Chica in Puerto Escondido while her crew drove north for a couple months.
As you can imagine the time has just flown by with the busy travel and then settling in to Carly’s and starting the series of Dr apts we had scheduled.
The scheduled apts were routine for the most part with the exception of the MOH’s surgery I have scheduled for August 17th to remove some basal cell carcinoma from my nose, which is why we planned this trip in the 1st place. Caught early and being the safest kind of skin cancer you can have (and very common, too) it should be a simple surgery. I just wish it was somewhere other than my nose hahaha!
But I also have some exciting news on the medical front! We changed ophthalmologists this trip and our new Dr was able to clear up my vision! I have been plagued with an excessive amount of floaters for many years now making my vision cloudy and difficult to see. My old Dr always commented on them but never told me something could be done about them — I thought that was just the way it had to be. But Dr Dale immediately set me up with a retina specialist and just 2 weeks after my 1st visit with her, I had the surgery in my right eye! It is truly miraculous the change in my vision — far exceeded my expectations. I can see again!
So that’s my update on what I’ve been up to and later today I will catch up on all the work Terry’s accomplished this past month when he wasn’t occupied just driving me around 😁
And of course I’ll update on Rosie and her exploits going from boat cat to Road Trip Rosie then Rosie the Explorer.