Marilee J. Layman (mjlayman) wrote,
Marilee J. Layman
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More Excitement


I went to the Kaiser Fair Oaks office on Thursday to have my knee checked, but I had a massive headache. I got put into an ambulance, taken to a not-very-local hospital, and had tests for a stroke eval. They think I'm probably okay. Yesterday was the first day without more headaches, so I went grocery shopping today and it was almost a disaster. I had to ask for help here and there and in the end, one of my Mexican neighbors, who doesn't speak English, carried everything indoors all at once. She's a small woman, I'm surprised she made it.

I think I may have to talk to the city and find out if there are people I can hire to do stuff for me.
Tags: help for things, stroke eval
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