Okay, remember how I got a blood test last Monday? Well, it turns out the anemia's rearing its ugly head again, so I'm doing more of the iron than I normally do. Natch.
The thyroid test, however, didn't show anything unusual. However, they want me to get stuck again this Wednesday, for a CBC and another thyroid test.
Why the thyroid? Well... it may explain my inability to gain weight, as well as some of my other symptoms, like the eyes that seem to stare at you.
So I've started to do some investigation into hyperthyroidism. Now I would like to find out if there's a possible lin between what I have, and what I suspect I have. It certainly would explain a lot.
This is defintely one of those times when I wish I could reach my doctors through email.

On another front...

Construction in front of my landlord's building continues. Almost didn't make it out of the driveway this morning, as one of the workers decided to park his big honkin' pickup behind me, even though he saw me putting my stuff in my car and heading for the driver's side door. Asshole.

I can't wait to get home and see Marcus tonight. Even though I saw him all weekend long, played with him, fed him, and the like, I miss the little critter.
He's sitting in a high chair for dinner now, and he's got this saucer-type toy platform where he can stand in the center and rotate around the saucer in a little turret. It's cute to watch him play with the stuff.

More later when necessary.

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