Good news first – The ENT’s office called today and all the lab reports are normal. I requested a copy of the report when I had the tests done, and asked for a copy to be sent to my PCP; so hopefully I’ll see the actual “numbers” soon. The tests perplexed me and I looked for some explanations on the web. I found a great site that tells you what each test is for and how it’s done. It is called Lab Tests Online.
And Surprise! Those of us in NH are getting ready for more snow.
Central NH: Snow will be heavy at times overnight and through the morning commute. By mid morning the snow will mix with sleet and freezing rain and eventually rain in the afternoon before ending late in the day. Before changing to a wintry mix and rain, 6-9″ of snow and ice accumulation is likely.
Driving through town today, town workers were busy loading snow into dump trucks to make room for the next storm. The top of our driveway barely has room for the cars to back out of the garage. There’s probably about 5 feet of plowed up snow sitting on top of my daffodils. Our road is basically one lane. When going up or down the hill, you have to look and see if anyone else is on the road before leaving the driveway or starting up the hill. There are only 3 families on the road, but that’s six drivers and most of us work.
The Annual Ice Fishing Derby ended on Sunday. There’s an article in the Boston Globe about one of the more interesting bobhouses. –Bobhouse–
The photo above was taken last Thursday, before 6+ inches fell Sunday.
My daffodils are under all that snow!