Finally had my doctor's appointment -- a week ago -- and everything appears stable, so that's good. The doctor seemed to think there is not an adenoma, but that if I opted for surgery they'd have to take the whole pituitary, which is not what the surgeon said. I'm going with the surgeon's take, which is that I don't have to do anything right now, but when I do, he can handle it.
The appointment itself was annoying, because I was late and I got an extremely cold reception from the staff. There is never any warmth there. Yes, I was ten minutes late, so I arrived at 4:25 instead of 4:15, but the posted hours are until 5PM, and there were no other cars in the parking lot. Yet when I walked in, the lights were off in reception, and I had to wait a bit for someone to come out. "I don't know if the doctor will see you, you're late." Whatever, people. The doctor saw me for 5 minutes which was all that was needed to give me my results. No problem. As much as I like the doctor, the staff really bugs me.
So.... today was the oven repair appointment (DS1 is home on spring break!), and that didn't go very well, either. Apparently we need a new gas line or something... this house is nineteen years old, and the building codes have changed. I like to think that it's still safe to use the stove, that if it were going to explode or something, that the repair guy would've told us. So now we have to have a plumber in and get the gas lines updated, and who knows how long it will take and how much it will cost? I don't have time for this nonsense.... I just want my functional kitchen back!
This has been a bit of a rough patch, but next week is spring break. I'm looking forward to sleep, and working ahead so that next quarter isn't quite the disaster that this quarter has been. I have to remind myself that it has only been a disaster from my perspective. At school, all anyone sees is smooth sailing.