I feel frazzled. I missed not one, but TWO TRAX trips. The train got to the library at the same time I did. So, I went in the library to keep warm and missed the next one by a minute. Doh!!!
Despite all that, I was only 5 minutes late getting to my appointment. I wish I had taken a picture of the inversion, but I was in a hurry. At that time, only the deep valley had cruddy air. The mountains were above the fray.
The doctor was all excited that she figured out I have CVID. It fits my history and what’s wrong with me now, perfectly. I was puzzled about why she was so set on me getting a pneumonia shot. Now I know. This site about CVID mentions it.
Aha! The reason why I got whooping cough, stopped having antibodies to other people’s blood, quickly lost my WNV antibodies, etc, etc is because my body stops making antibodies in response to infections. It’s all pretty interesting and explains a lot.
After my appointment, I got a mushroom calzone at the hospital cafeteria.
Then I took pictures of the sky.
This is looking down into the valley from high up. There’s a layer of filthy air down low and the sky gets bluer above the pollution.
What a difference!!! This is looking uphill, into the mountains.
In this you can see clearer air up high and nastier air the farther you go down into the valley.
In real life, I could barely see the mountains across the valley. I can’t see them in this picture.
This is downtown Salt Lake City and mid day! It was dark and hazy from pollution. Breathing the air was like sucking in air directly from a tailpipe.
Yes, they were making chemtrail x’s all over the sky
My nurse was LDS and very nice. We talked about temples as she checked out my belly. Friday she is going to try a new kind of bandage so I don’t bleed through my white temple clothes. That would be great if it works
For supper I had sticky rice with mixed vegetables, covered in coconut milk peanut sauce. Three Chinese spinach steamed buns with one red bean paste steamed bun.
Tonight was frightening! The stomper flung the door open, stomped, jumped up and down, blasted the stereo, shook the hospital bed, repeatedly dropped large, heavy objects, blasted the stereo again, stomped and then it was quiet. Now there’s sporadic slamming and stomping. As you might imagine, I wonder about the well being of the guy with broken bones! This woman’s behavior is beyond bizarre.
Well, back to reading about CVID…..