Monday, June 14

Where in the world is Carmen Sandiego?

This weekend was crazy so luckily its been a pretty quiet day today to just relax. Friday I had my Tysabri infusion. All went well and I just have one mighty pretty bruise to show for it. I was able to see my old roommates and friends from college Friday night and Saturday and it was definitely a blast. It's only been a month since I have last seen them but it felt like forever. Saturday night Steph and I went to the Rochester City Roller Derby and it was a absolute blast. Of course now all I want to do is join a roller derby team...guess I better invest in a pair of skates.

Steph came back to Syracuse with me Sunday morning and just left a few hours ago. She has yet to spend a night here so I showed her the local sights and hit up a diner last night for dinner with my brother. 

My parents are in Boston. On Friday my grandfather was transported to Boston, MA to a hospital that is connected with Harvard University. There was a whole lot of talk of where he was going to be sent to...New York City, Ohio, Mass or I liked to think in a way it was like that old game, "Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego" because you never knew where she would end up and that seemed pretty similar to my grandfathers scenario. He will be undergoing a procedure to hopefully stop the leaking lymph duct thing. I say thing because I am rather convinced that even the doctors are a bit confused to what actually is leaking. While my parents I are in Boston, I am of course in charge of everything. My brother, who is 19, still needs someone to every once in a while say to him "do you really think that is a good idea?" and of course he needs someone to make sure he eats more than pizza for every meal. Its just weird that my parents have no idea when they will be back in town...hopefully everything goes smoothly so they will be able to be back by the weekend because I can't guarantee that me and my brother will be able to get along for that long without a referee. 

Well, I have laundry to complete, groceries to buy, plants to water and of course dinner to make. This whole being a actual adult isn't as fun as I thought it was going to be...somehow school seemed to be a bit more fun. :-)


  1. I hope your grandfather will be ok. I live in Boston so if your family has any questions about things in the area let me know!


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