Today's appointment is with the eye doctor. She needs to see one-definitely. But ack-balancing appointments is never easy. This will be a new doctor for her, so of course, there will be quite a bit of paperwork. Bleah.
I will let you know how it goes. I hope it is fairly accessible. She has been having a hard time managing just the step down out of the house and I know that when she made appointments one doctor--I think it was the pulmonologist--said the office had tricky accessibility.
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We missed it. I went in to get her ready about two hours before and she was way to shaky and feeling off to go. Rescheduled for July...a bit of a wait but at least it will be a day with another appointment so that means only one rush to get her cleaned up and out the door.
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