As I write this, I am wrapped in blankets, sipping apple juice and snuggling with my dog, all while watching most of Chicago float past my window. It's been a weird freaking day.
1. I had my two scopes done yesterday. I'm prepping a full post about preparing for and undergoing an endoscopy/colonoscopy, because that nonsense is ripe with material. I won't have my full results for a couple of weeks, but call me Miss Cleo, because I predicted the gastritis the doc found at a glance. Oh, medical fun.
2. If anyone is in the Chicagoland area, and is in the ark-building business, you might want to get your hammers ready. From what I've seen on the news, flooding is cray-cray all over the area. We don't have a basement, and have pretty good drainage in our subdivision, so we're okay, but some roads have been entirely shut down, and the canal by my work is up several feet. Welcome to spring in Chitown. We do it up grand.
3. As I sit here, with a sore throat and tender tummy, I'm keeping my fingers crossed that I feel like million bucks by tomorrow for the GFAF Expo. Tomorrow night's festivities include a Schar-sponsored pizza party that all the cool kids are going to (and how did I snag an invite? This must be a mistake). Then, Saturday and Sunday, come visit us at the Renaissance Hotel in Schaumburg for the most awesomest gluten-free event of the year. Tickets to the expo are $20, and well worth it. I, for one, can't wait to hang out with Betsy, and finally get to meet Erica!