My doctor's appointment was on Tuesday and my sinus infection was dying down, but I was still concerned. However, my numbers were, even to the hundreth (0.01) decimal place, the EXACT same as in January!!! That's huge! I'm thrilled. My doctor and I looked over my PFTs for the last 4 years, and I have been between 60%-80% and overall very consistent. She is thrilled with my overall health over the last several years (really, my whole life) and how even with so many changes (ending soccer, going to college away from home, growing up, etc.) I've stayed healthy and consistent! I've got CF on lockdown, yall.
I did lose a pound, but we contributed it to my antibiotic which has seriously curbed my appetite lately. They're not worried about it.
I went home for Easter break and have enjoyed all of my family time! I've hung out with Carter and the newest edition to our family, my cousin baby Louis! We've dyed eggs, Carter had an Easter egg hunt, and played a fun game knowns as "Laugh Your Face Off." (Anjea, it has to do with words/drawings similar to pictionary and you have be banned from playing it with us!! lol just kidding)
Only 4 more weeks of school, then SUMMER! I cannot wait. I don't think I'm ready to move home, I like living away actually (oops, mom don't read that!), but I'm definitely ready for a break. I'm taking summer school in July and moving into my new off-campus apartment on July 1st. I think a month at home will be nice. I'm doing a little bit of travelling during June too, (New Orleans, California, etc.) so it won't be just a month of being home, bored.
Oh, more family time! Just got invited to play some cards, one of my favourite family activities. Probably a wild game of "I Hate This Game" is about to break out. Always fun! :)
Have a nice Easter everyone!
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